Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has said he will never join Deputy President William Ruto’s United Democratic Alliance (UDA).
This follows a series of wins that Kuria has registered with his new People’s Empowerment Party (PEP).
The successes appear to have encouraged Kuria to make the huge declaration that is probably going to place him in crosshairs with Ruto’s UDA party.
As indicated by Moses Kuria, he will never fold his PEP Party to join Ruto because of the fact that the result will always end up bad.
As early as last year, Moses Kuria had already begun making his impact felt in Central Kenya after he clinched victory in Gaturi Ward, Murang’a County.
What’s more, a week ago, Kuria’s PEP candidate, George Koimburi, pulled a colossal win against Jubilee’s competitor in the Juja parliamentary by elections.
Talking yesterday, Kuria seemed to distance himself from any future coalitions with UDA, saying he has no arrangement at all of disbanding his party PEP to consolidate it to UDA.