Raymond Kuria, a previous wannabe for the Kiambaa Parliamentary seat, has uncovered the clouded side of Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria even as Kiambaa individuals choose their MP today. Talking during a meeting, Raymond, who was then competing for the seat on Moses Kuria-drove Peoples Empowerment Party (PEP).
This was before he suddenly pulled out his candidature, kept up with that he didn't venture down for anybody, not to mention Deputy President William Ruto's UDA competitor John Njuguna.
He blamed Moses Kuria for hoodwinking him and pulling out his candidature without his insight. "Moses (Gatundu North MP) came dependent upon me with a splendid thought of joining individuals of Mt Kenya through his gathering (PEP) and I put stock in him until the day preceding I was to present my administrative work to IEBC."
"That is the day I learned through web-based media that I was presently not a PEP competitor," Raymond said.
Raymond further uncovered that he thought the news was phony. This was until IEBC explained that to be sure he had been dropped as PEPs contender for the Kiambaa by-political decision.
"At the point when I attempted to present my desk work to IEBC that is the point at which I discovered that the Secretary-General of PEP had presented a letter to the constituent body pulling out my office," Raymond said.
In his disclosure, Raymond expressed that the Gatundu North MP has neither conveyed to him nor addressed his calls. "Till today I don't have the foggiest idea what occurred. I have never spoken with Moses, I have had a go at calling him, he doesn't answer my calls. However, I generally approve of him, I let the past stay in the past," Raymond said.
In any case, he asked his allies to decide in favor of the Jubilee. So as to show Moses Kuria an unpleasant exercise.
"I didn't exit the race, I was dropped. It's only a couple weeks prior that I came to learn Moses isn't the gathering chief from individuals that own PEP. So I was abandoned. My kin were likewise disturbed. Furthermore, I have a major continuing in Kiambaa," Raymond said.