The Outspoken Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria has once again table a solution to a section the ruling Jubilee party Officials following the ongoing merger talks with the ODM party ahead of 2022.
Taking only Kuria urged all the Jubilee party leaders whose political careers feel threatened due to the ongoing coalition talks to seek solace in his newly registered Chama Cha Kazi outfit.
In his today’s statement the firebrand TangaTanga leader noted that the new political house is ready and willing to accommodate them all as they near the 2022 polls.
“To all Jubilee leaders whose political careers are threatened by the imminent merger of Jubilee and ODM, here is your new home. Run! Run! Run!” Kuria posted.
The lawmaker recently unveiled the new house and is keen on building a bigger and better brand with the party already officially registered as one by the Office of the Registrar of Political Parties (ORPP).
Yesterday the office of the registrar of political parties said that Chama Cha Kazi was officially registered in the Country as the seventy fifth political party in the Country, after complying with the set conditions in Section 7 of the Political Parties Act, 2011.
“Kenya today has Seventy-five (75) fully registered political parties. This is after the issuance of full registration certificate to Chama cha Kazi after complying with conditions set on Sec.7 of the political parties act, 2011. The certificate was issued today, at the ORPP boardroom,” ORPP wrote on their official social media page.
Kuria has been popularizing his new political party after their recent fallout with the People’s Empowerment Party (PEP) owner Watson Simiyu, with Simiyu confirming the same.
“We had issues after the Juja and Gaturi by-elections, which we are trying to sort out. We have a meeting with him and we will try to iron out the problem,” Simiyu stated.
Kuria has stood his ground of not willing to join the Deputy President William Ruto’s UDA hours after the PEP’s fallout maintaining that Mt Kenya should have their own outfit.
“I think is unfair and we have already agreed for the first time in 30 years that we are not going to have someone on top of the ticket. Now we agree on that then you still want to deny us a chance to have a party. It is unfair, unacceptable: I don’t care whether I am shut out of government, this or next one, but I will stand on this one,” Kuria said.
This comes barely a week after Kuria together with former Agriculture Cabinet Secretary Mwangi Kiunjuri of The Service Party (TSP) and Narc-Kenya Party Leader Martha Karua, announced that they will be working towards consolidating the Mount Kenya voting block and ensuring the region speaks with one voice towards 2022 general election.