Moses Kuria reveals Jubilee’s crucial decision ahead of NASA’s protests

Moses Kuria spills the beans

Speaking in Eldoret during the New Year celebrations, Mr. Kuria advised National Super Alliance (NASA) leader Raila Odinga to stop politicking and await Ruto rise to the helm of power.

The controversial lawmaker assured residents that Mr. Ruto’s candidature and win in 2022 was automatic.

“We have had the very difficult year 2017 politically but we thank God that it’s over and we will not have the same problems in Kenya again this year.

"God should give him (Raila) long life so that he will be able to see William Ruto inspecting a military guard of honor as head of state.

Assured of support

"We guarantee the DP Ruto our support in 2022. Our support for him is like a cheque that we have already written and signed ready for banking,” he said.

Kuria appreciated the crowd for electing President Uhuru Kenyatta noting: “On behalf of the people of Mt Kenya, I want to thank you for the support you gave President Uhuru in two elections last year”.

Kuria's claims come amid speculations that DP Ruto could be abandoned by Jubilee during the 2022 race.

Rivalry

This stems from the rivalry between Ruto and Baringo Senator Gideon Moi who previously expressed his interest in the top seat.

Speaking during New Year's eve, Odinga stated that NASA would also unveil their programme for civil disobedience following the bungled August 8 Election."Within the first week of the New Year, we will unveil a programme for civil disobedience, peaceful protests, non-cooperation with and resistance to an illegitimate regime in addition to People’s Assemblies," he said.

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