In a statement, the vocal legislator noted that it was time for “The older generation should make way for the younger generation.”
He explained that the alliances that the country was currently witnessing were a result of the revolution that began thirty years ago on the return of multi-party democracy.
“The tremors in the country are part of a revolution marking thirty years of our multi-party experiment. The old order must give way to the new order.
“The gods have spoken. I advise my friend Raila Odinga to give way to this revolution and retire with grace alongside President Uhuru Kenyatta,” the Chama Cha Kazi (CCK) leader wrote.
Kuria also took a swipe at Azimio La Umoja headed by Raila claiming that it was a bad idea that is destined for hell.
“Azimio is a bad idea, fronted by the wrong people, for all the wrong reasons. Its fate is Jehanum and judgement day is here,” he added.
Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has, however, not informed the public of his presidential preferences. He is expected to do so when he returns to the country next week and at a planned prayer meeting on February 19 at Thika Stadium.
Kuria explained that he declined to join UDA after Ruto’s directed politicians joining his party to fold their outfits. He, nonetheless, revealed that he would drum up support for Ruto.