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Moses Kuria Joins Ruto’s ‘Kenya Kwanza’ Alliance

Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has claimed that he is planning to join Deputy President William Ruto’s ‘Kenya Kwanza’ alliance.

Kuria, who ruled out joining Raila’s Azimio, revealed the new development on his Facebook page, Friday morning. He said that his party, Chama Cha Kazi, as well as 21 different parties are in early discussions with Kenya Kwanza.

“This is to inform Kenyans that Chama Cha Kazi Party and 21 other political parties are in early talks with the Kenya Kwanza Alliance that will lead to a very broad based grand coalition that will deliver the nation to peace and prosperity. Details to follow,” he posted.

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Kuria was at first a solid supporter of the Deputy President, but it however appeared there was fall out last year over talk of disintegration of individual parties. He then, at that point, proceeded to keep everybody speculating, and there was theory that he was warming up to Raila Odinga.

Nonetheless, that door was however closed last week when he said that as long as he was alive, Azimio was impossible.

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Last month, Kuria’s CCK party scheduled its National Delegates Conference on a similar date as Uda’s, which raised suspicion’s that he was back in the Ruto camp.