May 20, 2024

Moses Kuria invites Raila, Ruto to his homecoming prayer rally in Thika on Saturday

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Moses Kuria, Gatundu South MP has invited Raila and Ruto to his homecoming prayer rally in Thika on Saturday.

After stating that he will not be defending his seat, the Chama Cha Kazi leader is likely to officially reveal his political intentions.

Kuria has stated that he invited key political figures such as Deputy President William Ruto and ODM leader Raila Odinga.

“I have invited everybody. I have invited all the presidential candidates. My duty is to invite, their duty is to attend. I cannot tell you who is going to attend and who is not going to,” he said. 

Kuria is slated to arrive in Kenya on Saturday morning and proceed to Thika Stadium for the prayer session.

In an interview with Citizen TV, Moses Kuria remained noncommittal on whether he will support Ruto for president.

“It is not a constitutional requirement to support a presidential candidate,” Kuria said. 

Kuria added that he was not consulted in the formation of the Kenya Kwanza that brings together Ruto, Musalia Mudavadi, and Moses Wetangula, saying he has questions for the DP. 

“By the time I was leaving Kenya I was in the Hustler movement but how it changed to Kenya Kwanza, I have not received a memo.

“The last time I was around, Mudavadi and Wetangula were in OKA, so am I supposed to sheepishly jump in without understanding what happened? “he said. 

“I will be crazy to say that I support things that were formed while I was ill. I just get anecdotes of what they stand for, I don’t understand them and I need time,” he said. 

After it was revealed that Kuria may have seen President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila in Dubai, it is unclear whether Ruto will attend the meeting.

According to sources, Ruto’s staff is closely following Kuria’s actions before deciding whether or not to go.

Ruto’s supporters, on the other hand, have stated that they are part of the Kuria event’s organizing committee and that Ruto will attend.

Raila has yet to return to the country following his trip to India.

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