Moses Kuria at it Again as he Plots a Walkout from Jubilee

Moses Kuria

Moses Kuria has been in the last few weeks at loggerheads with his Jubilee party and specifically the party leader, President Uhuru Kenyatta. He started with verbal attacks directed towards the president due to the alleged lack of development projects in his Mt. Kenya backyard on the eve of the new year at a concert in Thika.

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However, his Facebook could be a stretch too far in what is seen as a mockery towards one of the president’s four agendas of his last term. That is, the affordable housing pillar of the “Big 4”.

A section of the post reads, “This is why we need to work extremely hard to achieve the Big 4.
We have 42 months left in the current term of the Jubilee Government
To build 500,000 houses within the 42 months left, we need to build 11,905 houses per month from today going forward
That means 397 houses per day (Including Weekends). This weekend alone we should build 1,000 houses.
Every hour we should build 16 houses.
Tomorrow I leave Nairobi at noon for my friend David (Not Dennis) Itumbi’s Ngurario in Embu. Kenya will have seen 192 new houses by that time

The post seems sarcastic with the Gatundu South MP showing how the Big 4 agenda would be a tall order for the government.

This comes just a week after his post of the Democratic Party (DP) flag that made many believe he might be ditching the Jubilee party for the former. Kuria is, however, yet to make a formal application to join the party, which would make him lose the Gatundu South parliamentary seat.

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As reported by the Nation previously, a number of Mt. Kenya bigwigs namely business mogul Jimmi Wanjigi, Maina Kamanda, Peter Kenneth and Senator Kembi Gitura are some of the politicians set to join the DP party. This was fueled by Kuria’s post that DP was the party of choice for Mt. Kenya.

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