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IN PHOTOS: Moses Kuria celebrates birthday in style

UREPORT
By Standard Reporter | February 20th 2019

Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria turned 48 on Tuesday and he celebrated his birthday in the company of friends at a popular Nairobi lounge.

Photos seen by Ureport showed the lawmaker making merry with Chief Administrative Secretary of the Ministry of Public Service Rachel Shebesh.

State House Secretary of Digital Communication Dennis Itumbi also took time to wish the lawmaker a happy birthday, thanking him for true friendship and wise counsel.


“Together we have done stuff that shall be inked in great books and also stuff that can never be known by anyone else, the type we will carry to our graves.

“Most of all I have learnt a lot from you and thanks for all the support,” wrote Itumbi.

Recently, Kuria declared that he would vie for the 2022 Presidency and dismissed claims that he is too old to vie for the seat.

“He (Ruto) will be a very strong second to me…vote for vote I will (beat him),” he said.

Adding: “I am rich at heart. Ruto is only four years older than me…we are age mates.

Here are photos of Kuria’s birthday party:


(Photos courtesy of Kiza Lounge)

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