August 9

Moses Kuria hints at dumping Ruto-led Kenya Kwanza

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2022 10:30 | By
Moses Kuria hints at dumping Ruto-led Kenya Kwanza
Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria. PHOTO/Moses Kuria/Facebook.

Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has pointed to a possibility of dumping Kenya Kwanza for Azimio-OKA coalition after differences in the William Ruto-led camp intensified.

Kuria who is at loggerheads with a section of United Democratic Alliance (UDA) leadership over the oppression of his Chama Cha Kazi (CCK) party during Kenya Kwanza campaigns in Kiambu says the disagreements are inevitable.

The Ruto supporter has been missing from Kenya Kwanza campaigns in the last one week after the standoff in the party emerged during a tour of Ruto's deputy Rigathi Gachagua in Kiambu.

During the meeting, hopeful Kiambu governor Kimani Wamatangi and former governor William Kabogo exchanged salvos in a supremacy way that displayed shame and political immaturity.

Moses Kuria wrote letter

Kabogo and Kuria have since written a letter seeking the matter addressed by top Kenya Kwanza leadership, a request that has seemingly not been addressed.

It is from the delay that Kuria seems to have been irked to a point of making a proverbial statement detailing the possibility of exiting Ruto's camp.

"When (inevitable) disagreements arise in heaven, hell is not an option," Kuria posted on his Facebook.

He made the statement hours after meeting Ruto at Kenya Kwanza's economic forum in Nairobi which is the council chairperson.

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