Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria has vowed to quit alcohol drinking as part of his resolutions for year 2020.
In a Facebook post on Wednesday morning, Kuria also promised to deactivate all his social media accounts, except WhatsApp, saying he will not post anything on Facebook or Twitter this year.
“Happy New Year 2020 good people. For those who thought they know me: I am deactivation (sic) my Social Media Accounts (Except Whatsapp) throughout 2020. See you in 2021. This is my last post of the year.”
“I am off alcohol throughout the year 2020…Tukutane kwa ground,” he wrote.
MP Kuria is one of the most vocal politicians on social media and never shies off from giving his opinion on different matters, especially those touching on politics.
He recently took to Facebook to trash claims by former Jubilee party secretary-general David Murathe that President Kenyatta is intending to extend his stay in power beyond 2022.
“As the MP for the President, I would know of such a scheme way ahead of retirees like Murathe. I genuinely believe that Uhuru Kenyatta is only interested in a better Kenya and not looking for a position for himself.”
“I am certain the President will not want to suffer the ignominy of sacrificing his legacy at the altar of such transient goals. And I am even more certain the President will follow the footpaths of Kibaki and he will neither try to influence his own succession let alone campaigning for anyone,” he remarked.
“Those parking their caravan trucks outside State House waiting for Uhuru Kenyatta to don campaign regalia are wasting their time. Uhuru Kenyatta is only looking forward to a stable, peaceful and prosperous Kenya and a blissful retirement.”