Moses Kuria: Why did I dump Kenya Kwanza, led by William Ruto?


Moses Kuria reveal why he dumped Kenya Kwanza

After receipt of information early on Saturday morning that included Moses Kuria, the Member of Parliament for Gatundu South, and William Kabogo, the Leader of the Tujibebe Party, on a list of influential politicians from Kiambu who were going to attend the Kenya Kwanza rally at the historic Ndumberi stadium, the Kenya Kwanza rally was held without them.


Despite the fact that the two individuals had sent a letter of complaint to the leaders of the coalition, they missed the event once again after it had eventually turned out to be a success.


This arose after the event on Wednesday that saw former Kiambu governor William Kabogo dispute with UDA gubernatorial candidate Kimani Wamatangi in public, attributed to the rise of friendly rivalry between the parties. This came about as a result of the occurrence.


Moses Kuria reveal why he dumped Kenya Kwanza

On the other hand, Kuria and Kabogo condemned UDA officials for engaging in politics that amounted to conmanship and dishonesty.


However, despite the fact that the DP, Wialliam Ruto, arranged a meeting at the county, none of them showed up. In response to this, Moses Kuria cracked the whip, revealing his quiet by posting a statement on his various social media profiles.

Moses Kuria said that they should be awarded a medal because of their remarkable ability to wrest loss from the savage jaws of triumph.


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