Raila Odinga visited ailing Gatundu MP Moses Kuria in hospital and immediately he left William Ruto dispatched a team to Karen hospital.
A number of politicians have been visiting sickly Moses Kuria since he was admitted at Karen Hospital – William Ruto, Musalia Mudavadi are among senior politicians who earlier visited the Gatundu South MP.
On Tuesday morning October 5th it was Raila’s turn to visit Kuria. The visit came as a surprise to many given that the Gatundu South MP is a fiercest critic of the ODM leader.
The former Prime Minister was accompanied by Mbeere South MP Col (Rtd) Geoffrey Kingangi, Githunguri MP Kago wa Lydia and EALA MP Hon Mpuru Aburi.
Shorly after Raila and his team visited the Gatundu South MP in hospital, a team from Ruto’s office arrived to visit Kuria.
Ruto’s team comprised of Hustler Nation Spokesperson Dennis Itumbi, Davies Nzioka and UDA’s Director of Communications Wanjohi Githae.
The team visited Moses Kuria to deliver get well messages from the staff at deputy president’s office.
“Received a get well. message from the staff at the Deputy President’s Office delivered by Mr Dennis Itumbi, Mr Davies Nzioka and UDA’s Dirextor of Communications Wanjohi Githae,” Moses Kuria said.
Itumbi said that they discussed politics with the Gatundu South MP and disagreed but they still managed to laugh.
“@HonMoses_Kuria is recovering well. We shared our Hustler stories & memories until time clocked us out. Of course @wanjohigithae was at his best. @ndayvid prayed for us. Still saying my Amen. Of course we discussed politics, disagreed a little bit, but still laughed it out,” Itumbi tweeted.
.@HonMoses_Kuria is recovering well.
We shared our Hustler stories & memories until time clocked us out.
Of course we discussed politics, disagreed a little bit, but still laughed it out. pic.twitter.com/PbvaJ3B1Ak
— Dennis Itumbi, HSC (@OleItumbi) October 5, 2021
Moses Kuria has publicly stated that he supports Ruto’s 2022 presidential bid even though he has clashed with the DP over his refusal to fold his party and join UDA.
Ruto demands that all those who support him must quit their parties and join UDA in a bid to give it a national outlook.