Raila & DP Ruto to team up ahead of 2022 elections Moses Kuria reveals

Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria has come out professing an alliance between Orange Democratic Movement leader Raila Odinga and Deputy President William Ruto ahead of 2022.

In a video seen by Kenyan, Kuria revealed that the former premier will use this opportunity as a stepping stone to be in the government come 2022.

He hailed Odinga for his strategy and also touched on the DP’s command base as the two likely tools in the two leaders that will see the merger and work together in the next government.

“Raila is a strategist, he is always on the warm side of the opposition.

“He has a hand at the pulse of the nation and he knows that Ruto has got a wider fanbase so the logical thing for him is to tell Ruto to allow him to work together for him to give him the wisdom and ideologies just like it was in the grand coalition with Kibaki,” Kuria opined.

Kuria also touched on the frosty relationship between President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy revealing the depth the two have gone to mend things.

“The president has put in a lot of effort to repair the relationship with the DP. They have held several meetings together,” Kuria stated.

On the development and economic front, the controversial legislator said that that the government is completely out of touch with the plight of the common Kenyans.

He highlighted a few incidences of the political rallies the local leaders have been engaging in while fronting their agenda in the past at the expense of development.

He also touched on the Presidential recent tour of the Sagana region urging him to return to Limuru where his ambitions are endorsed.

“If Uhuru wants to speak to GEMA he should come back to Limuru where his ambitions were endorsed. The Sagana meeting was a gathering to intimidate people with state power and not a community gathering,” Kuria said.

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