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Inside Moses Kuria’s morning interview where he made a call to President Uhuru

Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria today morning April 21, 2021, gave a live interview to Trace radio.

During his interview, the ardent DP Ruto supporter clarified a number of controversial and contentious issues currently seen in the political arena.

The vocal legislator went ahead to clarify his relationship with the Deputy President and his identity with the DP linked Tanga Tanga faction.

Kuria said that he created the outfit himself rather than joining it, adding that it was still very strong in spirit with a deeper message to it.

“I did not join Tanga Tanga, I created Tanga Tanga. The Tanga Tanga movement is strong in spirit. There’s a deep message within it which I can summarize as ‘self-determination’,” the MP stated, adding that the Jubilee Party is headed for its inevitable end.

Touching on the government performance, the Gatundu legislator blamed the ruling party for the failures of the administration touching mainly on the loss of focus, giving it a low ranking of between 2-3 out of 10.

“I would give the government (2o17-now) a rating of 2-3/10. This is because, in my opinion, Jubilee Party lost focus. The implosion of the Jubilee Party is inevitable. It is now a question of when it will happen, not if.” he stated.

He also laid bare his relationship with President Uhuru Kenyatta, crowning it all with a phone call to the head of state to prove they are on talking terms.

The call however went unanswered with the legislator opining that he could be attending to important state duty.

“He must be attending to State business in Congo,” Kuria explained when the call went unanswered.

President Kenyatta is currently on a three-day visit to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

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