Gatundu south Member of parliament and Chama cha Kazi party leader Moses Kuria has declared that he will not be vying for any political seat in 2022.
The Outspoken politician was speaking in an interview with citizen TV on Tuesday where he made the declaration. he cited that running a party is a full time job and thus he will not be vying for any seat.
Kuria however indicated that his party Chama cha Kazi will be supporting the deputy president for the presidential seat.
Chama cha Kazi and UDA are different parties but their share the same ideology of the hustler nation both parties are not only members but we are founders, kuria strongly indicated.
The move not to vie for any political seat has left many wondering what is next for the fire-band MP with some analyst indicating that Kuria is trying to increase his chances of being Ruto’s running mate.
According to the Mp the best way to form a government is through coalition, look at the jubilee coalition of 2013-2017 the government functioned seamless without any major hiccups.
He said when TNA and URP merged that is where they went wrong saying that the government has not been running smoothly. this is evident with the constant attacks on the deputy president and his supporters by the ruling party which his the deputy party leader.
The Gatundu south lawmaker also addressed the complains by some leaders from UDA who are declaring that other parties are regional and tribal with Moses indicating that this are politicians who are looking to lock out their challengers in the 2022 general elections.