After Moses Kuria, a member of parliament for Gatundu South, accused William Ruto’s allies of frustrating partner parties, the Kenya Kwanza Alliance is still suffering from internal divisions.
The leader of the Chama Cha Kazi Party accused individuals like Alice Ng’ang’a, a former Thika town member of parliament, and Kikuyu MP Kimani Ichungw’a of devising a scheme to suppress affiliated parties through secret meetings.
Kuria said in an interview yesterday that the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) power brokers held the meetings in order to exclude other affiliate parties.
Such conduct, he continued, was an example of conmanship within the Kenya Kwanza camp.
“I find it sad and unusual that UDA is the only organization allowed to hold planning sessions in Mount Kenya while we are barred out.”
Even when it comes to the Hustler Express campaign team, which is my idea when they visit Kiambu, we are barred out, complained the outspoken MP.