That the supremacy battle between Gatundu South Member of Parliament Hon Moses Kuria and Deputy President William Ruto as Concerning Mt Kenya Politics is far from over is not in doubt. This follows the confirmation of reports that Moses Kuria's Chama Cha Kazi party has now received greenlight from the high court of Kenya to be included during the upcoming Kiagu Ward Minipoll
Accordig to the news by k24, The High Court has ordered Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission IEBC to conduct Kiagu By-Election in Meru County and include Moses Kuria's Chama Cha Kazi candidate Milton Mwenda.
In a ruling delivered on Thursday, the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission IEBC was ordered to include Mwenda in the polls.
All the same, Moses Kuria, Mwangi Kiunjuri, and Martha Karua have in recent days downplayed Ruto's 2022 Presidential bid, especially in the Mt Kenya region after they announced they aren't going to dissolve their political parties.
As a result of the conflicts, unverified claims indicated that some allies of DP Ruto went to court demanding that Moses Kuria's candidate must be prevented from being on the ballot over reports that he caused chaos some weeks ago.
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