After announcing his return, Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has taken a swipe at his former ally William Ruto for refusing to join hands with other parties. In a coded message Kuria says that the coming general elections will consist of two factions and those who don't respect other parties would form the opposition.
The controversial legislator fell out with the DP William Ruto after he was asked to disband his party and join UDA. Kuria believes that it's only through individual parties that their issues as a region would be addressed.
The DP on his part says that he would make the UDA party a national party and doesn't entertain small parties terming it tribal. Kuria is indirectly saying that William Ruto is headed to the opposition if he continues with his stand on other political parties.
'In the forthcoming elections, there will only be two categories of political parties- Parties that will respect other parties and parties that will form the opposition. Chambilecho Wahenga, mwenye macho haambiwi tazama.," Kuria posted.
The stand-by the DP to only entertain one party seems to be slowing him down and might soon be forced to swallow his words. He is said to be wooing ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi who might not fold his party to join UDA.
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