Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has straightened out his relationship with Vice President William Ruto after widespread speculation that the two were on the verge of splitting.
In a speech at Kinamba Commercial Center in Laikipia County Ng’arua Division on Sunday August 8th, lawmakers downplayed its decision to skip a session of the Parliamentary Group (PG), which held Ruto on Aug.
The MP added that his relationship has not deteriorated, contrary to press reports suggesting the two clashed over Kuria’s failure to join the United Democratic Alliance (UDA).
“Everyone should know that my choice of presidential candidate for the 2022 general election is the deputy president,” he told the congregation.
Vice President William Ruto.
“You know that I am a prostitute, I am a staunch believer,” added the MP.
However, Kuria warned his peers and voters not to join Ruto’s UDA.
“Women don’t burn down their beds when they leave home and get married. You will always regret going back to where you belong after being kicked out of the house by an unwanted host,” warned the vocal politician.
The DP had Kuria because of missing the Karen meeting on Thursday 5.
“Tell them the Hustler Nation’s only PEP MP (George) Koimburi is here,” Ruto Duale was heard to instruct after a question about Kuria’s absence.
The Gatundu South MP later announced he had skipped Ruto’s meeting to attend a meeting of the National Assembly Implementation Committee to discuss measures to ensure the completion of the Ronald Ngala Tourism College.
Kuria has marketed his own party, the Chama Cha Kazi Party, after losing control of the People’s Empowerment Party (PEP).
He is also a perceived contender for the position of Ruto’s vice president, who is dominated by Mount Kenya politicians, including TSP party leader Mwangi Kiunjuri and Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua.
Gatundu South MP and People’s Empowerment Party (PEP) leader Moses Kuria went missing conspicuously at a meeting between Vice-Presidents William Ruto and Raymond Kuria.