Chama Cha Kazi party leader and Gatundu South member of parliament honorable Moses Kuria has today left the crowd in laughter after he has moved to claim that he cannot be defeated by Azimio presidential candidate in an election process.
Honorable Kuria among a group of top Kenya Kwanza Alliance leaders who have accompanied the Deputy President William Ruto for their tour in Langas in Uasin Gishu County to mobilize their supporters prior to the August polls.
What got the attention of the crowd that was listening Kuria to make them burst into laughter is when he said that with the exception of DP Ruto, he believes Raila can't defeat him if he competes with him.
"Mko tayari? Tutaungana pamoja? Mtapiga hundred percent ama ninety nine? Hundred ama ninety nine? Jameni wacha niwaambie, wacha huyu William Ruto mimi ni mtu mdogo sana. Lakini hata mimi Raila hawezi kunishinda jameni wacha huyo mwingine asanteni sana," said MP Moses Kuria.
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