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MP Moses Kuria slams Jubilee for fighting from within, claims opposition gaining clear advantage

Rene Otinga

Sept. 08, 2019

- Kuria was overly critical of the two warring factions within Jubilee
- He criticized the latest wave of rivalry within the ruling party involving Kieleweke’s Maina Kamanda and Tangatanga’s Ndindi Nyoro
- According to the Gatundu South lawmaker, Jubilee leaders’ overindulgence in politics was working against them
Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria has thoroughly faulted the Jubilee party over the embarrassing wave of chaos that took place on Sunday, September 8 at a church in Murang’a.
Kuria took to social media to ridicule the Jubilee party which has now split into two warring sides – the Kieleweke and the Tangatanga brigades.
The vocal MP slammed Jubilee party leaders for overly being concerned with politics when the next poll was more than 1000 days away.
He went on to compare Jubilee’s foundation with those of rival outfit ODM which recently impressed after conducting fairly peaceful party primaries for the Kibra seat.
“ODM conducted nominations in Kibra without any violence. Meanwhile Jubilee Kueleweke and Jubilee Tanga Tanga desecrated the House of God in Muranga,” Kuria wrote on his Facebook page.
A video of the incident went viral on Sunday, with loyal supporters of Nyoro attempting to block authorities from apprehending their MP.
Nyoro is strongly associated with the Tangatanga faction which roots for a DP William Ruto presidency in 2022.
Reports suggest that Nyoro arrived at the fundraiser fairly late and found nominated MP Maina Kamanda already introducing his team.
Being area MP, Nyoro was adamant he should be allowed to be the one presiding over the fundraiser and inviting guests.
"I can't allow people from Nairobi to come and take over my constituency as if they know this area. I am an elected leader and I tell Mr Kamanda to his face that let them produce the list of the guests so that I can invite them," Nyoro could be heard saying.
In the wake of all the drama, Moses Kuria subtly mocked the Jubilee party’s woes as he hinted at a possible allegiance courtesy of Raila Odinga even as the ruling party continued its internal wrangles.
“What will you tell the people when Raila Odinga and William Ruto gangs up to form a united team to take over in 2022?” he posed.
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