Chama Cha Kazi leader Moses Kuria attended Dp Ruto’s meeting in Nairobi today.
After missing Ruto’s campaigns in recent days, the Kiambu gubernatorial aspirant has joined the Kenya Kwanza team.
Kuria recently accused Ruto’s UDA party of marginalizing some of Kenya Kwanza’s affiliate parties.
Kuria stated this following an altercation between Jibebe party leader William Kabogo and UDA aspirant Kimani Wamatangi. Kuria had previously stayed away from Ruto’s campaigns, but the leader has now returned to the alliance.
During the meeting, Kuria urged people to vote for Dp Ruto and asked Ruto to do certain things for Nairobi residents if he is elected president.
Kuria informed the residents that they planned to include them in the economic agenda.
Kuria also informed Ruto that the water crisis was becoming a disaster in some counties, including Kiambu and Nairobi.
Surprisingly, in his speech, Kuria made a special request to Sakaja that when he takes over the government, a national holiday be declared to commemorate the NMS’s violation.