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Popular MP Moses Kuria tears Uhuru

popular MP Moses Kuria leave Uhuru in tears folowing Sagana meeting

Gatundu south MP Moses Kuria as left president Uhuru Kenyatta tears. This is after Mp moses Kuria made a statement that has watered down Uhuru’s sagana declaration efforts.

While taking on social media, the controversial lawmaker has made fun of president Uhuru sagana meeting. In his scorn, MP moses Kuria referred to the meeting as ‘nyumba kumi meeting’.

“How was nyumba kumi meeting?” he posted.

This comes amidst rumors that Moses Kuria is planning to decamp to Raila Odinga-led Azimio la Umoja.

Moses Kuria jetted into the country recently after a 3 months stay in Dubai where he has been receiving treatment.

During his homecoming ceremony on 19th February 2022, moses Kuria did not make it clear the political side he his supporting. In his speech, Kuria expressed his disaatifaction with William Ruto’s Kenya Kwanza political team saying he was not present when it was formed.

“My intention, initially , was that chama cha kazi and UDA work together but by the time i left Kenya Ruto and UDA were categorical that they were not for alliances. I have since seen that everywhere i find the UDA logo, there is also the ANC and FIORD logo. I assume that ANC and FORD Kenya are parties in Uganda, we’ll all wait for them to engage parties in Kenya,” he said. He further accused the UDA party members for trying to sabotage his meeting.

“UDA people met and were told not to come. I want to tell my good friends from UDA, who got me fired from all parliamentary committees that this was not a political meeting but a prayer meeting…No one should insult our president. Let them wait for theirs and they can do that… We are going to escort the President with respect as he finishes his term.

Following his recent remark on Uhuru’s Sagana meting, it is not clear the side he is supporting.

Source: public news kenya

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