The ailing Gatundu South Constituency Member of Parliament has allegedly made another sharp u-turn concerning his future as far as supporting Deputy President William Samoei Ruto's presidency ahead of next year's general elections is concerned.
As revealed by DP Ruto's United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party secretary, Edward Muriu on Wednesday, Moses Kuria allegedly came clean while in hospital that his support for the Hustler Nation movement will remain unshaken ahead of 2022 general elections. This now depicts a tough tackle against the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) camp over the earlier and current allegations that he'll join Raila Odinga's 'Azimio La Umoja' movement.
The UDA party secretary also added that MP Moses Kuria's official announcement on joining DP Ruto's side will come immediately after being discharged from the hospital. Muriu also added that Kuria expressed his massive interest in making major contributions towards Deputy President William Ruto's victory.
This will indeed be a major boost for Dr William Ruto's presidential bid as Honourable Moses Kuria remains to be one of the popular legislatures with strong political roots from Mount Kenya region.
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