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Eyebrows Raised as Raila's Man Hints on Where Kuria Will Be Headed to in 3 Months Time

On Saturday, Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria raised eyebrows after accompanying ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi to a church service at AIPCK Church in Githunguri Kiambu county.

This was despite his Hustler Nation boss William Ruto being in Bahati Nakuru county for a church service. It was during the church service that Kuria hailed Musalia Mudavadi, saying he had woken up from his 'slumber' and start looking for votes individually in the region.

He warned him against Mombasa meetings, saying President Uhuru Kenyatta will not hand them presidency on a silver plate, rather the people of Kenya.


However, one of Raila Odinga's close ally Dikembe Disembe aka Seth Odongo has come out to weigh in on Kuria's decision to accompany Musalia to Githunguri.

Taking to his Twitter page, Dikembe, who is a vocal defender and blogger to Raila, read malice in Kuria's presence, saying it was either William Ruto had sent him to "keep Musalia company" or Ruto has lost Kuria to his competitors.

He went ahead to weigh in on a probable Kuria-Musalia dalliance, saying it will not last long if that is the case. According to Dikembe, Musalia's candidature is not sustainable, leaving Kuria with no option other than to join Raila's camp in three months time.

"Either way, Mudavadi candidature is NOT sustainable which means we all know where Kuria will END. Give it three months from now" read Dikembe's post

This comes at a time when Kuria, while addressing the congregants in Githunguri, said he is ready to welcome Raila Odinga into the region,

"If honorable Raila comes visiting, I will be here to welcome and open doors for him to come and speak with the people. I have been here with DP William Ruto and will not tire doing the same. This is the Kenya we need," stated Kuria.

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Dikembe Moses Kuria Musalia Mudavadi Uhuru Kenyatta William Ruto


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