Gatundu Member of Parliament Moses Kuria could be joining the list of political leaders who have faced the purge for being allied to Deputy President William Ruto after he was given a notice to be discharged from the Transport Committee.
In a letter addressed to him on Wednesday by newly appointed Majority whip Emmanuel Wangwe, Moses Kuria has now been given a seven days notice of him being removed from the Transport Committee.
“Pursuant to Standing Orders 176 (1) and 176 (2) you are hereby notified that the Jubilee Party which nominated you intends to discharge you from the Transport, Public Works, and Housing Committee'” read part of the letter.
The notice further went on to state that Moses Kuria has seven days to respond, before being discharged from the committee.
“You are hereby given seven days to respond before you are discharged from the said committee” it read.
The announcement comes barely a day after President Uhuru Kenyatta hosted 212 elected members of the Jubilee Party, in Parliamentary Group meeting held at State House in Nairobi.
In attendance during the meeting was Deputy President William Ruto, and leaders allied to the Tangatang fiction where the removal continued, with some sources saying the MPs were lectured like babies.
The purge today saw Tangatanga allied members Ben Washiali, who was the Jubilee Chief Whip removed from the seat together with Cecil Mbarire.
Some of the Jubilee Party National Assembly officials who were retained include Parliament Speaker Justin B Muturi, Hon. Moses Cheboi, Hon. Jimmy Agwenyi- (Deputy Majority Leader).
Hon. Aden Duale remained to be the Majority leader, Hon. Emmanuel Wangwe the Majority Whip and Hon. Maoka Maore the Deputy Majority Whip.
Moses Kuria, who has been very vocal supporting the Deputy President, could now be set to follow the corridors of Kipchumba Murkomen, Susan Kihika, Kithuke Kindiri among others who were all axed for the very same one reason: being allied to DP Ruto.