Professor Makau Mutua, a key insider of the Raila led Azimio La Umoja coalition has opined that Investment, Trade and Industry cabinet secretary Moses Kuria will be the first executive to be axed by president William Ruto from his cabinet.
Taking it on his social media platforms, the distinguished professor stated that it won't be long before Kenyans witness the demise of Moses Kuria from the United Democratic Alliance ( UDA ) executive.
Giving reasons for his opinion, Makau said that the Cabinet Secretary is a 'nomadic restless soul' and by nature a political itinerant. "Trade cabinet secretary Moses Kuria is a nomadic restless soul and by nature a political itinerant. We won't wait long for his political demise in the UDA executive," wrote Mutua.
It should be noted that Moses Kuria was the first cabinet secretary to rub shoulders with top politicians and Kenyans at large over his plans for genetically modified maize importation and squatter eviction. Most people have opined that he doe not act as a CS should.
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