As the August election approaches, political tensions continue to rise. Leaders are forming coalitions to ensure their place in the next government. The presidential seat has remained the center of attention.
Moses Kuria, a member of parliament from Gatundu South, has spoken out after tens of aspirants complained about unfairness in the recently concluded party primaries. The majority of candidates have claimed that the votes were rigged in their opponents’ favor.
The Gatundu South legislator has come to punish those who believe the elections were rigged. According to Kuria, winning an election is not a matter of life and death.
Moses has also advised politicians who were defeated in party primaries to look for another job, just like the rest of Kenyans. He has observed that there is only one winner and that no one can be a winner.
The legislator has also stated that elective positions are kept to a bare minimum in order to accommodate everyone, arguing that a political contest is never taken seriously.
“It is not a matter of life and death if you do not win a seat. Relax and find something to do, just like the rest of Kenyans. It’s not a big deal, “The MP made a comment.