While many are positive some politician’s presidential hopes are nothing but dreams,the contestants are more than determined to prove Kenyans wrong.
Speaking in Nyamira where Gatundu MP Moses Kuria joined Senate Speaker Kenneth Lusaka and area legislators for a funds drive for Nyanturago Catholic Church, Kuria said he was a popular candidate because he shares common leadership traits with Dr Matiang’i.
He is contemplating fronting Interior Cabinet Secretary Dr Fred Matiang’i as his presidential running mate in 2022.
“I am assuring you that your son (Matiang’i) who is now the Prime Minister will be my running mate in 2022 and you know very well that in Kenya, it’s only me and him who does not tolerate nonsense and we will make things happen in the country,” he said.
The legislator said the country needed serious leaders like him who will deal with corruption, which he noted was killing Kenyan generations.
This is even as the Democratic Party has distanced itself from Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria’s declaration that he was the party’s 2022 presidential candidate.
Moses Kuria shared a campaign poster on Facebook indicating that he would be seeking the presidency on the party’s ticket.
The move has drawn the condemnation of the party, which said the legislator is not eligible to vie on its ticket.