Gatundu member of parliament Moses Kuria has made it clear that the Orange Democratic Movement leader Raila Amollo Odinga will only see statehouse in viusasa.
While speaking in the coastal region (Msambweni) where he accompanied deputy president William Samoei Ruto, Moses Kuria thanked the Msambweni residents for ignoring the ODM candidate in the recent by-election and voting in independent candidate Feisal Bader who was backed by the second in command.
The by-election which arose following the death of Suleiman Dori was seen as a battle between DP William Ruto and ODM leader Raila Odinga.
Ruto threw his weight behind Feisal after the ruling Jubilee Party announced that it would not field a candidate. The move by the Jubilee party was informed by the spirit of the handshake in a bid to avoid a competition between ODM and Jubilee.
As a result, Ruto and Raila deployed political heavyweights to watch over the voting process as they heightened the battle for the Coast voting block.
On the side of the ODM, some of the political heavyweights that stormed Msambweni to drum up support for Omar Boga included Mombasa governor Ali Hassan Joho, ODM Secretary general Edwin Sifuna, Suna East member of parliament Junet Mohamed amongst others.
On the other hand, those who stormed the Coastal region to campaign for Feisal were Ali Hassan Omar, Boni Khalwale, Kipchumba Murkomen, Oscar Sudi amongst others.
Moses Kuria also made reference to the just concluded Kiambaa by-election which saw Njuguna Kawanjiku defeat Kariri Njama of the ruling Jubilee party.
The Kiambaa by-election was seen as a neck or break between president Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto with regards to the control of the Mt. Kenya politics ahead of the 2022 general elections.
Consequently, Moses Kuria reiterated that the deep state is a myth and that the hustler nation is quickly taking over the political landscape of the country.