Gatundu South MP, Moses Kuria, has given his thoughts after President Uhuru Kenyatta stated he’s going to support a (NASA) presidential candidate for the 2022 presidential bid .
On Monday, Uhuru, who met leaders from leaders at state house, Nairobi, the president urged former vice chairman Kalonzo Musyoka to revive the NASA coalition and promised to support the candidate who will be its flag bearer.
Reacting to Uhuru’s stunning about-turn, Kuria, who’s a loyal soldier of Deputy President William Ruto, accused Uhuru of not doing his mandate and becoming a member of NASA as a ‘campaign manager’
Kuria entreated the president to vacate office and formally be part of the NASA brigade to allow his deputy, William Ruto, to take over for the ultimate 13 months.
“I want to say that because his seat cannot be vacant, he should vacate the seat for William Ruto and join the opposition for the remaining one year,” he said.
in addition, the lawmaker stated that the head of state is a hazard to national unity as he continues to maintain meetings with various tribal leaders.
“He continues meeting MPs and leaders based on tribes; yesterday it was Kambas, another time it will be Luos and another people from the Coast,” Kuria said.