Controversial Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has revealed a ‘transformation’ in his life after joining forces with Deputy President Dr William Ruto.
In a Monday morning tweet, Kuria noted that his life had dramatically taken a twist after just two weeks of holding joint rallies with Ruto.
Kuria now says his life is in danger with unknown persons threatening him to stop his meetings with DP Ruto or “go the JM Kariuki way.”
Strange times we are living in. I havent been doing politics with William Ruto since Nov 2018. 2 weeks of holding joint events with WSR and I trend daily with every jackass telling me how I am disrespecting so and so and warning me that I will go the JM Kariuki way. Lord hear us
— NoReferendumBeforeElections (@HonMoses_Kuria) December 9, 2019
Sunday, December 8, police fired in the air and arrested scores of protesters at Giakanja Boys Secondary school where DP Ruto was to hold a fundraiser.
This came after Kuria tipped the police of an impending fracas at the school between the ‘Kieleweke’ and ‘Tanga-Tanga political factions of Jubilee party.
Police reports indicate the youth arrested were armed with crude weapons including clubs and knives.
While Kuria has disclosed an interest in running for President in 2022, political pundits opine that he could be posturing as a likely running-mate of DP Ruto.
Since the March, 2018 political truce between President Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga, Kuria has been sceptical about Mr Odinga, claiming he is up to no good.
On the other hand, DP Ruto has constantly thrown mud at the handshake claiming it was a ploy by Odinga to sever the good working relationship he has enjoined with President Kenyatta.