Kiambu gubernatorial applicant, Moses Kuria, on Saturday, July 30, guaranteed that his life was at serious risk.
Kuria, in an open letter to the auditor general of police (IG) Hillary Mutyambai, claimed that the dangers were affected by President Uhuru Kenyatta.
He further blamed Uhuru for scheming to disappoint his political desires through the IG who was working with his rivals in the Kiambu gubernatorial race.
“Dear IG Mutyambai, while your supervisor Uhuru is in the middle of compromising my life, you are giving police in three land wanderers under the order of an OCS to my rival UDA’s Kimani Wamatangi in the entirety of his gatherings.
“Not even the lead representative is getting this degree of safety. Treat us similarly and all the more so those whose lives are in harm’s way,” he guaranteed.
His feelings come scarcely a day after Kiharu Member of Parliament, Ndindi Nyoro claimed that an insider from State House had spilled data that the president coordinated a gathering to strategise baffling (Ndindi Nyoro), Moses Kuria, and Kikuyu MP Kimani Ichungwa.
Nyoro expressed that the gathering was apparently held in State House Nakuru where the arrangement to focus on Ruto’s nearby partners was brought forth.
“I need to let the President know that we have been educated that you are wanting to hurt Deputy President William Ruto. The president is intending to target Moses Kuria, Ndindi Nyoro and Kimani Ichung’wa,” the vocal MP dissented.
DP Ruto made comparative charges at a mission rally in Nandi, on Friday, July 29, when he guaranteed that the President was focusing on his youngsters after their column raised.
He encouraged Uhuru to lobby for his favored up-and-comer, Raila Odinga and get ready to calmly resign.
“I need to ask the President not to be the wellspring of dangers in Kenya. Quit compromising us. Your work is to guarantee that all Kenyans are protected. Quit letting us know that we will realize that you are President. We are not individuals who can be compromised. We are the ones who chose you,” the DP expressed.