Moses Kuria, the cabinet secretary for investment, trade, and industry, would reportedly be the first official fired by president William Ruto from his cabinet, according to Professor Makau Mutua, a significant insider in the Raila-led Azimio La Umoja coalition.
The eminent professor said on his social media channels that Moses Kuria's departure from the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) executive would soon be witnessed by Kenyans.
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 recalled that Moses Kuria was the first cabinet secretary to mingle with leading politicians and Kenyans in general on his plans for the importation of genetically modified maize and the removal of squatters. According to the majority of opinions, he does not behave like a CS should.
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