21 political parties including Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria’s Chama Cha Kazi are set to join Kenya Kwanza Alliance to form a coalition ahead of the August 9 General Elections.
In an update on Friday, March 4, the lawmaker said the parties are in talks with Kenya Kwanza, adding he will share more details on the same in due time.
“This is to inform Kenyans that Chama Cha Kazi Party and 21 other political parties are in early talks with the Kenya Kwanza Alliance that will lead to a very broad-based grand coalition that will deliver the nation to peace and prosperity,” Kuria wrote on Facebook.
At the moment, Kenya Kwanza Alliance brings together Deputy President William Ruto, ANC Party leader Musalia Mudavadi and his FORD Kenya counterpart Moses Wetangula.
This comes two days after Kuria banished the possibilities of working with the Azimio La Umoja movement maintaining that under no circumstance would he entertain the thought of joining the UhuRaila led movement.
“Mimi niko upande wa Mungu…huo ndio upande hauwezi niangusha…hakuna siku mimi utanipata kwa Azimio. Ata nikikufa msinipeleke Azimio…niko kwa Chama Cha Kazi (CCK) sina ubaya na mtu,” he said.
Kuria however maintained his differences with the Azimio team are only ideological and should not be mistaken for enmity with anyone.
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