Former Gatundu South Mp Moses Kuria’s move to delete his social media accounts tomorrow has sent shivers and speculation online with many Kenyans demanding to know what motivated his abrupt decision hours after President William Ruto’s swearing-in ceremony.
Kuria expressed his anger on Facebook immediately after the State House ceremony, followed by a post saying he was deactivating his page after achieving the objective of making William Ruto Kenya’s President.
”My objective has been achieved. My good friend William Ruto is the 5th President of the Republic of Kenya. This account will be permanently deleted on Wednesday 14th September 2022 at 18:00 hours. It was great interaction guys. Adios!” the Chama Cha Kazi leader wrote.
My objective has been achieved. My good friend William Ruto is the 5th President of the Republic of Kenya. This account will be permanently deleted on Wednesday 14th September, 2022 at 18:00 hours. It was great interaction guys. Adios !
— Reject the Dynastic 3rd Term! Take up arms ! (@HonMoses_Kuria) September 13, 2022
According to unconfirmed reports, Moses Kuria statement comes after a number of Mt Kenya allied to President William Ruto decried the increasing number of ‘outsiders’ treatment at State House Tuesday evening.
A source confided that apart from the military, the inauguration at Kasarani and the State House dinner on Tuesday evening has been under a close supervision and coordination of two senators from the Rift Valley and the Nairobi Governor – who were President Ruto’s ‘eyes’.
”Rift Valley leaders and MPs are running the show. Many of those who felt sidelined are from Mt Kenya,” the source said.
Already, some Mt Kenya leaders inside the Kenya Kwanza Alliance are reportedly expressing their displeasure, but in whispers, on how the Tuesday evening’s State House party of the new administration was handled and will raise a complaint in their next meeting.
On social media, a section of Ruto’s online footsoldiers have expressed their disappointment especially during the The swearing-in day celebration.
“To those Facebook soldiers who did not get the chance to attend the statehouse luncheon, feel appreciated..
Going through my inbox, no need of pretending It’s obvious people are hurting lkn it’s time to soldier on.. To everyone who used their Facebook page to preach the hustler Gospel Asanteni sana!” Wanjiku P Mukuru posted.
Here are some of the reactions from Kenyans.
Moses kuria wish you all the best in your endeavors. It was a pleasure having you around. As you go offline hustler nation is indebted for your immense contributions. Thanks you.
— Ewoi Kiplagat Dennis (@EwoiDennis) September 13, 2022
Don't Delete That Account Mheshimiwa Bw. Kuria,
We Still Need You In These Streets.
— 💥HUSTLERNATION FOR DR. WSR💥 (@mp_philo) September 13, 2022
I personally cherish your super understanding of micro economics . Please don't go. We need you Jamba ya Rurii to support Gachagua. You might not know but kindly be informed we love you as kikuyus. Dugatutige matawaiine na Munadī tùtøī kùrīa agùtùroria
— Sakary (@sakarywr) September 13, 2022
Adios. You did great for your friend Moses Kuria and you delivered. Thanks this day was meant possible because of people like you.
— edna mu (@ednamu2) September 13, 2022