Gatundu South member of Parliament Moses Kuria has opened up on his relationship with Deputy President William Ruto after series of complaints from fringe parties.
Speaking Sunday night on Citizen TV, Moses Kuria said he has no beef with the DP but his United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party.
“If I had a personal problem with Ruto I would call him, or storm his office even without an appointment and tell him what I think,” Moses Kuria told Sam Gituku.
He added, “This is an issue to do with the UDA party and our parties and also with the coalition as a whole”.
Moses Kuria decried being locked out by the UDA party in Mount Kenya rallies even as six-piece voting pattern threatens the Kenya Kwanza coalition.
“When it comes to planning meetings in Mt. Kenya, they are held exlusively by UDA and we are locked out, for me it is sad and strange”.
“Even when it comes to the campaign team called Hustler Express which is my brainchild, when they come to Kiambu, we are locked out,” Kuria added.
This comes days after his party Chama cha Kazi and Kabogo’s Tujibebe party pulled out of Kenya Kwanza rallies in Mount Kenya. The fringe parties are all having candidates for the gubernatorial position with Kuria, Kabogo, and Kimani Wamatangi fighting for the seat.