MP Moses Kuria vowes to replace ousted Mike Sonko at city hall on his PEP party

Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria
 

After his party flexed muscles and got County assembly seat at Gaturi ward, Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria states that he is ready to resign to contest for the Nairobi's gubernatorial seat.


The legislator will be attempting to replace demoted governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko on a People's Empowerment Party ticket.


Kuria has already made a poster rallying Nairobians to support his bid to take over the leadership of the City Hall.


He will be joining a group of other politicians whispered to have been eying the top seat among them BBI secretariat Dennis Waweru.


Other politicians ready for the seat after 60 days after the swearing-in of acting Governor Benson Mutura are former Starehe MP Margaret Wanjiru, former Gatanga MP and presidential aspirant Peter Kenneth former Dagoretti MP Dennis Waweru, former Kiambu governor William Kabogo among others.


Kuria's decision to run for the top seat comes hours after Nairobi County Assembly Speaker Benson Mutura sworn in to head the county in an acting capacity on Monday.


Mutura who already began his gubernatorial duties pledged to restore rationality in the running of the capital affairs.


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