Moses Kuria has today updated his Facebook profile to 'seven to ten million votes' a campaign strategy that they came up with their counterparts Martha Karua and Mwangi Kiunjuri. Moses Kuria is hospitalized in Nairobi Hospital after what he termed as electric burns. He has undergone a successful operation and he is now doing well.
The '7-10 Million votes' translates to the larger mount Kenya votes that they are targeting. IEBC is currently registering voters and politicians are keen to ensure that they get a good number of people to vote for them.
Mt Kenya produces the highest nber of voters across the country and any Presidential candidate who is keen on winning the Presidency must ensure that at least he or she has a stake.
On the same story, UDA party through its secretary general has sent a message of good will. Through the same Facebook page, Moses Kuria expressed his satisfaction as he posted photos of him together with the said secretary general.
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