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It May Be Too Late For Moses Kuria To Save His Political Career

Once an outspoken politician he always appeared to be the man that would inherit president's Uhuru's central 'Kingship' title after his presidency but sadly things didn't graduate as we'd hoped for.

As it's it the public domain a day outside the political table is enough for one to be left behind and sadly for Moses Kuria after the incident that left his bedridden for quite sometime.

The political grounds in central shifted with new forces availing themselves the likes of Irungu Kang'ata, Ndidi Nyoro, Rigathi Gachagwa, Alice Wahome Sabina Chege Kanini Kega and Jeremiah Kioni, appearing to hold more political grounds and the masses identifying themselves more than how they'd do so with Moses Kuria.

As we are approaching the elections it's evident that the country is divided between two political factions the Kenya Kwanza bregade led by Deputy president William Ruto and the Azimio fraternity led by Former prime minister Raila Odinga.

All other political groupings will henceforth work effortlessly in associating themselves with the two opposite forces so us not only to remain politically relevant but also incases where one wins the election they'll be considered in the national cake,

a key aspect Musalia Mudavadi already considered with Kalonzo Musyoka only time remaining before we see him dining with his 'old times' political partner.

So where does this leave the Chama Cha KAZI founder Moses Kuria? In looking for votes historically central province has always been a battlefield and a key region in national politics and as it's in the ground the two ships already started sailing

This time the region would be voting for 'one that's not their own' Odinga Or Ruto with the help of politicians from the area with Kurias exclusion and as it appears thing's are running smoothly.

Quoted in an interview by Ken Mijungu, Kuria is going for the Kiambu governorship as he believes in political gradualism. He'll be contesting the seat on a Chama Cha KAZI ticket in an area where UDA is assumed to give the contestants a run for their money in each political seat.

In any case he looses that seat he'll be considered political irrelevant the likely fate that will befall him will be a case of former Garsen member of parliament Danson Mungatana, government appointments after the other outside political offices.

As it appears Kuria has not declared whom he support for presidency but yesterday he claimed that Uhuru can only get 5 percent of central province votes and on an earlier directive he gave his conditions of joining Oka one being then not folding for Azimio. So where does he stand? And where does that leave him in regards to national politics?

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Alice Wahome Sabina Chege Kanini Kega Ken Mijungu Moses Kuria Musalia Mudavadi Ndidi Nyoro

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