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Moses Kuria slams Uhuru, declares he will front Matiang'i as his running mate in 2022

Furious Kuria slams Uhuru, declares CS Matiangi fit for 2022 job

Moses Kuria reveals why he has decided to work with DP party

Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has disclosed that he is considering settling on Interior CS Fred Matiang’i for his running mate in the 2022 presidential elections contest.

Kuria made the revelation in Nyamira where he joined Senate Speaker Kenneth Lusaka and area legislators for a funds drive for Nyanturago Catholic Church, insisting that he is a popular candidate because he shares common leadership traits with Dr Matiang'i.

“I am assuring you that your son (Matiang'i) who is now the Prime Minister will be my running mate in 2022 and you know very well that in Kenya, it's only me and him who does not tolerate nonsense and we will make things happen in the country,” he said.

Kuria asserted that country needed serious leaders like him (and Matiang’i) who will deal with corruption, which he noted was killing Kenyan generations.


Kuria’s controversial has seen a section Jubilee MPs trash his bid with Democratic Party (DP) disowning him.

He has also been on a collision path with his party leader President Uhuru Kenyatta with frequent attacks and criticism that were hitherto unknown.

Kuria mocks Uhuru's negotiation skills after deal with Museveni

In the most recent tirade,  he slammed President Kenyatta following the deal struck with his Ugandan counterpart Yoweri Museveni in which he alleged that Kenya got a raw deal.


Kuria maintained that the deals signed between the two nations will undermine undermine local farmers.

The deal will see Kenya import more sugar and eggs from Uganda, a move which he insists will ensure Kenyan farmers will continue suffering in full glare of the government.

The fiery legislator called on the country’s legislators to re-assess the East African Protocol so that the deal is reversed.


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