Outspoken Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria on Sunday urged Amani National Congress leader Musalia Mudavadi to join the Hustler Movement championed for by the Deputy President William Ruto.
Speaking in Kiambu County’s Githunguri area after a church service by the A.I.P.C.K Church the lawmaker asked the One Kenya Alliance principal to feel welcome to the DP’s new house should things not work out with OKA.
“If it doesn’t work well for you in OKA, come to the hustler movement and join us,” advised Kuria.
Kuria went ahead to castigate the current and frequent meetings with President Uhuru Kenyatta, viewed by many as a way of influencing the 2022 election outcome, noting that President Kenyatta will not make him ascend to the top seat.
“If the meetings with the President do not bear any fruit in your quest for next year’s elections, you are always welcome to chart your own path,” stated Kuria.
The DP Ruto ardent supporter went on to urge the former Lugari Member of Parliament to frequent the Mt. Kenya region, and aggressively seek votes from the electorates of the Mountains.
“I want to tell you Musalia, that what you have done by coming to Mt. Kenya should be the way forward. Even if you have twenty or thirty meetings with Uhuru, nothing will come of it. Uhuru will not have any influence on the voting in the upcoming elections; Kenyans are intelligent to make independent electoral decisions without being influenced by anyone.”
“I will feel very bad if come next elections, we do not see you (Moses Wetangula) having any position in government,” the vocal MP opined.
Kuria also castigated President Uhuru Kenyatta on the next general election front over his recent remarks regarding the postponement of the 2022 General Election, if the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission was not ready in conducting the elections.
“I respect President Kenyatta and he is my friend, but I want to differ with him and tell him that next year’s elections are absolutely not dependent on the IEBC’s readiness. Either we are ready or we are ready.”
“Let us have a weekly meeting with the IEBC to see what progress they are making and not wait till the election is near to say that IEBC is not ready,” stated Kuria.