Moses Kuria Biography
Date and place of birth
Moses Kuria is male Kenyan Born in 1971 in Gatundu. Gatundu is a small town in Kiambu County. It is popular being the home town to the first president of the Republic of Kenya the late Mzee Jomo Kenyatta and also tye 4th H.E Uhuru Kenyatta.
Moses Kuria’s Age
Moses Kuria having been born in 1971 is now 51 years old.
Family: Moses Kuria wife and Children
Hon Kuria is married to one wife Joyce Njambi.
Joyce Njambi and Moses Kuria met for the first time and got married is Saudi Arabia. They are blessed with two children that is a boy and a girl.
Moses Kuria wealth
Kuria is a simple rich man. On the question of wealth and possession, he slammed us saying that is personal and confidential. He went ahead explain that he is never an attention seeker and that is why he never boasts about his riches.
Just a drop in the ocean, Kuria said he is a member of Parliament for now two terms. We should not expect him to be poor and with that he says no one waits to be told.
|Date of Birth||1971|
|Place of Birth||Gatundu|
|Salary||Above Ksh 800,000|
|Cars||More than 10|
Moses Kuria politics
Moses Kuria is a vocal Gatundu South member of Parliament. He was elected in 2013 and reelected in 2017. He has served for two parliamentary terms totalling to 10 Years. The Kenyan fearless politician was elected on Jubilee ticket but later formed his Chama Cha Kazi – Pesa Mfukoni party. He is a strong Supporter of United Democratic Alliance hyping for Ruto’s presidential bid.
Moses Kuria news today
Moses Kuria injury and Illness hit the news after he got involved in an accident. He underwent through rare stem cell surgery in Dubai. His feet exploded after standing on an electric mat, blanket that a friend gifted him.
Moses Kuria is trending on Twitter after raising strong political allegations during the UDA NDC delegates meeting at Kasarani Gymnasium. IEBC has launched investigations on Moses Kuria’s allegations about 2017 voting irregularities.
According to Moses Kuria, the ruling Jubilee party rigged the elections hence winning unfairly. “We stole Votes for President Kenyatta.”
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