Gatundu South lawmaker Moses Kuria has claimed that he and other political leaders helped President Uhuru Kenyatta secure victory in the 2017 polls through vote rigging.
Kuria who was addressing delegates during the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party’s NDC at Kasarani Stadium on Teusday faulted the head of state accusing him of neglecting DP Ruto and his allies despite being the team that propelled him to clinch the top seat under the Jubilee coalition in 2013 and 2017.
In the controversial utterances that have had netizens talking, the MP alleged that together with others who are now allied to DP Ruto’s camp guarded President Kenyatta’s votes and also rigged the election in his favour.
“Kuna wengine wanasema ati kura ya mlima itagawanywa; mheshimiwa Ann Waiguru, Rigathi Gachagua, Muthomi Njuki, Kimani Ichung’wa, Senator Linturi, Alice Wahome, Faith Gitau, Kimani wa Matangi…Sisi ndio tulikuwa tukishikilia Uhuru kura, na sisi ndio tulikuwa tunamuibia kura,” Kuria stated.
The lawmaker went forth to argue that the vote-rich Mount Kenya region would unanimously back the DP just the way they had rallied behind the UhuRuto government in 2013.
“Akili yote iliyoweka Uhuru kwenye kiti, yote iko hapa, ile iliokuwa kule Azimio ni mwili tu,” Kuria noted.
Moses Kuria who is eyeing the Kiambu Governor’s seat, pledged his support for DP Ruto whom he described as “a good-natured person who keeps his word.”
“Wengine wanajigamba ati wao ndio walileta Kenya pamoja; nobody brings Kenyans together like William Ruto,” Kuria explained.
He added: “You might be a good leader, politician and party leader but one thing I am sure you are a good human being and that makes a big difference. Supporting a good human being is more important than supporting a good leader because we can take your word.”
The Kiambu gubernatorial aspirant and Chama Cha Kazi party leader further exuded confidence that Ruto would be the undisputed victor in the August Presidential polls by trouncing all other candidates vying for the seat.
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