Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has made a first public appearance since he fully recovered from covid-19 virus that got him hospitalized for almost a month a Karen Hospital.
Kuria has accompanied Deputy President William Ruto for a church service at AIC Ziwani Church, Starehe Constituency, Nairobi County.
There have been rumors within the political circles that the outspoken lawmaker was planning to ditch the pro-Ruto wing of parliamentarians following the passing of the controversial County Revenue Sharing Bill.
A host of 30 Mps have accompanied the DP for the Installation Service of AIC Nairobi Area Bishop, Rev. Joshua Nzau Kimuyu.
Among those present at the service include Makueni Governor Kivutha Kibwana and ex-Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero.
Mps present include: Kimani Ichungwa, Caleb Kositany, Nickson Korir, Wangui Ngirici, Joe Kiarie, Charles Njagua among others.
Kuria’s presence is a strong indication yet that he is still firmly behind DP William Ruto even as the race for 2022 elections heats up.
On Saturday, Moses Kuria came out to strongly deny that Mt. Kenya leaders who met on Friday at Thika Greens had discussed about filling a presidential candidate for the 2022 elections.
Kuria said that their meeting was purely economic and that all leaders allied to both the DP and the President have agreed to sit down and advocate for more developments in their region.
“In view of the passage of the 3rd generation formula for revenue sharing, yesterday we kicked off a series of meetings as MPs and leaders from Mt Kenya region to discuss the repositioning of our core counties with the additional resources that will ultimately come with the new formula. This was only the first of such meetings that will take place in the next few weeks” Kuria said on Saturday.