Suspicion has reportedly rocked Tangatanga political wing following claims that Gatundu South MP Mosses Kuria could be a mole in their house.
Details reaching Homenews.co.ke desk on Sunday morning of November 1st indicated that Deputy President William Ruto’s management is quietly investigating the loyalty of the vocal central MP with an aim to establish where his support lies.
Of late, the MP has not been clear which side he is supporting and, to make the matters even worse, he has not been accompanying DPs camp in many of their rallies including those happening in Central Region.
The Star paper on Saturday established how there are suspicious voices against MP Kuria’s movements especially after it emerged that he was the only politician from DP Ruto’s camp who attended the Building Bridges Initiative BBI launch at Bomas. Questions are being asked as to how he bagged an entrance ticket to the highly guarded State function.
The biting question according to the publication is how the MP received an invitation when he was not supporting Uhuru Kenyatta’s agenda.
“Foot soldiers are pondering at how he got in the good books of those who were in charge of dishing the invitations. It is understood the party leaders in the House from both sides combed the list with a cursory eye before deciding on who was going to set foot in Bomas,” the Star reported.
According to more reports, the flip-flopping lawmaker is seen as having a soft spot to some anti-Ruto crusaders hence the need to investigate his steps before he can again be allowed to join the team.
Reacting on the reports, Soi MP Caleb Kositany defended him saying, perhaps, Kuria used other means to access the Bomas BBI event and on that account he cannot therefore be suspected of distrust for now. “Kuria did not receive an invite but opted to attend the event”.
Kositany wants the matter given some time so that the truth can be established before he can be reprimanded by the Tangatanga top brass. Here is the excerpt-