Debates on the 2022 presidential succession have continued to dominate various platforms and gatherings.
Analysts and politicians across the political divide have continued to weigh in to the debate on President Uhuru Kenyatta's succession plan with each expressing different ideas.
Kuria has stated that the decision by the Gema Community to vote for Deputy President William Ruto was made in 2013 and will not change.
"Herman Manyora, take it to the bank that in 2022, Gema community will vote for a person who is not from the region. The decision to support DP Ruto was made in 2013.” Gatundu South MP Hon Moses Kuria said.
The controversial DP Ruto Ally added that Kenyans should come to reality and realize that the Gema Community is going to support Ruto in 2022 and that decision should not be questioned.
"I want to tell Kenyans to come back to reality. The Gema community is going to support an ‘outsider’ for the presidency, and that should not be questioned.” Moses Kuria added.
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