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Moses Kuria to join Hustler Nation immediately after c*ming out of hospital – UDA official says

Wednesday, December 1st, 2021 16:00 | By
Deputy President William Ruto and Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria at a past function. PHOTO/COURTESY

United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Party Secretary, Legal affairs Edward Muriu has refuted claims that Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria will join the Azimio la Umoja fraternity led by their rivals in Orange Democratic Movement (ODM).

Murui said that Kuria's role in the forthcoming General Elections is well defined and will remain in Deputy President William Ruto-led party to help deliver victory.

His statement comes days after Kieni MP Kanini Kega claimed that the Kuria was on the verge of joining ODM leader Raila Odinga's camp. Kuria had, however, dispelled the claims that Kega must have made the remarks under a certain influence.

Days after Kuria dispelled the rumours, Muriu now claims that Kuria is on the verge of joining their side noting that he, Kuria, is a force to reckon with and his participation in the forthcoming election will be key to delivering victory to DP Ruto's side.

Speaking after delivering UDA's special "get well soon message" to Kuria who is receiving treatment at American Hospital in Dubai, Muriu maintained that the Chama Cha Kazi party leader played a major role in building TangaTanga and will not be ignored in strategizing and implementing a plan for Ruto to beat his challengers.

Muriu further revealed that Kuria will be joining the camp soon after his discharge from the hospital.

"As a Party, we appreciate the role you have played in building the hustler nation. Your role in the forth coming General Election as a Hustler soldier is well cut for you - to deliver Victory to the Hustler Nation. You have done it before and you will do it again! We are praying for your quick recovery, regaining good health and vigour. We are all looking forward to you joining us back in the trenches," Muriu said in a statement.

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