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Kuria warns politicians against clinging to Ruto’s UDA party for elections

Sunday, February 20th, 2022 11:08 | By
Moses Kuria
Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria. FILE PHOTO: PD

Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has warned politicians against clinging to Deputy President William Ruto for election claiming that their goose is cooked.

Kuria said that while his Chama Cha Kazi (CCK) party has been branded as village-based, the DP allied politicians will run to him for support after they are rigged out during party nominations.

Speaking during his thanksgiving ceremony at Thika Stadium in Kiambu County, Kuria claimed that his CCK party will produce a significant number of governors, MPs and MCAs.

"Most of those in UDA are already elected leaders and there might not be any fairness during their party nomination. Those who have been calling me out will run to me seeking for help," he said.

"They might ignore the non-elected but these are the people who will dethrone those already elected," he added.

Kuria at the same time urged the electorate to screen those seeking to represent them in various positions warning them against voting on euphoria, party lines and wave.

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