Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria Speaks After Martha Karua Joined Azimio

Gatundu South member of parliament Moses Kuria has spoken after Narc Kenya party leader Martha Karua joined Azimio.

Through his official Facebook page he “I respect the decision by my sister Martha Karua to join Azimio just like she respected my decision to join the Kenya Kwanza Alliance. Ultimately Kenya is the winner and democracy will prevail. May the best team win,”

Kuria recently joined deputy president William Samoi Ruto’s UDA party.

This comes after Martha Karua joined Azimio which is led by opposition leader Raila Odinga who has declared his interest for the presidency come 2022.

His post recieved mixed reactions here are some of their comments.

Haligan Agade says “I am excited today. I am now optimistic that we will FIGHT graft with Martha being in Azimio. This is a special day. God bless Martha, God bless Kenya,”

Bobby says “It seems today you borrowed someone’s brain to write this..It doesn’t sound like you,”

Mwangi Francis says “Am surprised to see you respect someone. It’s so unlike you, anyway Karua has more experience in politics and she can tell where Kenyans are safe. In her speech she said’ she checked well on both sides. The people who have looted before,the people who have killed before, the people who have committed bad things before and AZIMIO has less of those.’ Karua can’t support mudderers,public funds looters etc. Martha Karua believes in Raila Odinga,”

Andrew Muiga says “We don’t respect your respect of her decision.
We know you are itching to say something disrespectful about her only that she is a woman of repute, without a blemish, beyond reproach like Caesar’s wife,”

Wycliff Nyandieka says “Yes this is what we call democracy..and every Kenya got his/her own rights to choose what best resonates with their inner peace. The day politicians and all Kenyans at large will stop insults to their opponents is the day we will fully achieve democracy,”

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