Kenyan politics are taking shape ahead of the August general elections. Azimio La Umoja and Kenya Kwanza are the two major political movements in Kenya. Many leaders want to join any of them in order to protect their political future.
Gatundu Moses Kuria, a member of parliament, has returned to the studios for interviews after being released from the hospital. He has hinted at collaborating with William Ruto’s Kenya Kwanza squad, stating that he would prefer not to collaborate with Raila’s side.
Kuria has recently confessed that it bothers him to see some of his pals have opposing political positions. He notably cited Eugene Wamalwa, Sabina Chege, Amos Kimunya, and Samuel Poghisio. This appears to be causing him problems, as they have all joined forces with Raila Odinga, whereas Kuria has chosen to be Ruto’s ally.
Kuria was speaking during an interview with KTN news tonight. He noted that he has been working with some of them since 2006 which ia a very long time. At times in life it’s painful to loose friends just as he said but Kuria has decided to let go.