MOSES KURIA ISSUES A POWERFUL STATEMENT.
Gatundu South MP, Moses Kuria has finally responded to claims that he has ditched Deputy President William Ruto led Hustler Nation.
This comes after he missed the Hustler Nation’s parliamentary group meeting held at the DP’s Karen residence on Thursday morning.
The claims were backed up by a screenshot of a post purported to have come from him accusing DP Ruto of being egocentric for allegedly refusing to get into any coalition.
In his response, Kuria said the screenshot was fake and whoever created it should have applied some intelligence.
“To the Fake News society, use intelligence kidogo. Upuus,” said Kuria.
The viral screenshot further claimed that the Gatundu South legislator’s party was not UDA, but Chama Cha Kazi (CCK).
In another post Kuria said he attended a meeting of the National Assembly Implementation Committee on Thursday morning, in what seemed to be him explaining why he missed the DPs meeting.
“This morning I attended a meeting of the National Assembly Implementation Committee. We deliberated on measures to ensure speedy completion of the Ronald Ngala Tourism College to spur tourism in the Coast Region and supplement Utalii College,” he said.
Moses Kuria was conspicuously missing at the Hustlers Nation Parliamentary Group meeting which was held at Deputy President William Ruto’s Karen residence.
The PG was allegedly attended by over 100 MPs with photos of the colorfully dressed legislators being shared on social media.
The outspoken lawmaker has been a constant presence in the Hustler Nation events and led the United Democratic Alliance Kiambaa constituency campaigns which the party’s candidate John Wanjiku won.
The 100+ leaders at the meeting signed a statement where they called out the handshake for distracting the government from performing its duties.
The statement also featured a breakdown of the ‘bottom up’ agenda and how it would improve the livelihoods of the 15 million Kenyans at the bottom of the pyramid.
Sourced from Nation