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Moses Kuria cries foul as UDA billboard is torn apart ahead of Raila’s rally in Gatundu

Wednesday, July 6th, 2022 09:14 | By
Moses Kuria cries foul as UDA billboard is torn apart ahead of Raila's rally in Gatundu
Moses Kuria juxtaposed with UDA campaign billboard that was vandalised. PHOTO/Moses Kuria/Facebook.

A billboard campaign poster for United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party has been vandalized ahead of a planned rally by Raila Odinga in Gatundu South.

The Azimio la Umoja One Kenya coalition presidential candidate is campaigning in Kiambu today July 6, 2022, after touring the neighbouring Nyeri county a day earlier.

Raila and his running mate Martha Karua are on a charm offensive mission in the Mt. Kenya region. They will campaign in Kiambu today before they proceed to Kirinyaga county tomorrow.

UDA billboard destroyed

A billboard campaign poster for Kenya Kwanza presidential candidate William Ruto and UDA Gatundu South MP hopeful GG Kagombe has been torn apart ahead of Raila's visit to the area.

UDA billboard campaign poster in Gatundu before it was vandalised. PHOTO/Moses Kuria/Facebook.

Outgoing Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria blamed Kiambu Deputy Governor Joyce Ngugi and another politician Njinji Murigi for the vandalism of the UDA campaign poster.

UDA billboard campaign poster in Gatundu after it was vandalised. PHOTO/Moses Kuria/Facebook.

Ngugi is vying for Gatundu South MP seat on a Jubilee party ticket while Murigi is seeking the same seat as an Independent candidate. The two are allied to Azimio la Umoja One Kenya coalition.

Kuria claims that Ngugi and Murigi are behind the destruction of the UDA campaign billboard in Gatundu. He sarcastically called on Raila to advise the two not to associate with his 'core values' of uprooting railway lines.

"Dear Raila Odinga, welcome to the great Gatundu today my friend. Ujisikie uko nyumbani na ujitetee kwa watu wangu. Sisi ni wapenda wageni na wapenda amani. But please advise your two candidates Joyce Ngugi and Njinji Murigi they don't have to Ng'oa reli just to associate with your core values. See what they were doing overnight," Moses Kuria wrote on Facebook.

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