Moses Kuria, Member of Parliament Gatundu South says he won’t fold his party Chama Cha Kazi in order to join UDA party. He adds that is willing to work with Deputy President William Ruto.
“My preference is to work with the deputy president because he’s my friend, we have worked together, we have suffered together,” said Kuria
“It was my desire that I continue working with William Ruto and I hope that opportunity will present itself at some point, but for the time being, William Ruto has said that if you want to work with him you have to join UDA…” he added
Kuria, speaking to Citizen TV at his home during exclusive interview said is focused with his party to get at least 10 governors and as many as a possible members of Parliament in the coming 2022 polls.
“Right now I’m very busy putting up a machinery that is going to win a lot of parliamentary seats… ensuring that a lot of MCA are elected on Chama cha Kazi, especially young people and women…”
He said that his close ally-ship with the William Ruto cost him dearly, citing his ouster from the Parliamentary Transport, Public Works & Housing Committee and the Budget and Appropriation Committee last year.
“The Transport committee in the National Assembly is a very powerful committee, I was the vice-chair of that committee. Do you know why I am not the vice-chair any more? Because of my association with William Ruto,” said Kuria.
“The Budget and Appropriation Committee which I was very proud of. I was appearing on your TV and other public for a to comment about our economy… since I put my foot in parliament I have been a member of the budget committee. I was removed from that committee, why? Because I am a friend of William Ruto.”