Hours after Central women leaders endorsed Narc Kenya Party leader to be the next Deputy President, Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has hinted at a possibility of her joining Kenya Kwanza Alliance to deputize William Ruto in the upcoming polls.
Although they did not reveal who they would want Karua to deputize, the women leaders led by deputy governors Caroline Karugu and Joyce Ngugi of Nyeri and Kiambu respectively said Karua has a wealth of experience that the country so much deserves for economic liberation.
Hours after their statements, Kuria on his Facebook account said Kenya is ripe for Ruto-Karua partnership to liberate Kenyans from longstanding economic challenges.
While imploring her to declare her political stand as polls date gets closer, Kuria maintained that no political vehicle has no imperfections.
“To my good friend and soul mate Hon Martha Karua. We can not make ourselves ideal humans from clay. We can only live with the ones God gave us, with all their imperfections and frailties,” he said.
“Pick a side and put on your Jersey. I look forward to an imminent Ruto-Karua ticket to save this country from eternal dynastic domination,” he added.
In his statement, Kuria argued that with the two having risen from rags, Ruto-Karua’s leadership will give hope to millions of children who went to school barefooted.
“If you decide otherwise you will still remain my sister, my senior and my friend,” he added.
Karua who was initially in One Kenya Alliance political vehicle but failed to sign to join Azimio La Umoja grand coalition has been breathing hot and cold leaving Kenyans guessing her political move and position.
She has been touted to be a possible running mate of both Ruto and ODM leader Raila Odinga.