Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria turned a year older on Friday, February 19.
Through his social media pages, the outspoken MP disclosed that he celebrated his 50th birthday at the Gatundu Children's Home together with his family, friends, and the less fortunate people in his constituency.
"Today was a great day as my family and the people of Gatundu South held a luncheon for the beautiful angels at Gatundu Children’s Home to honour me as I celebrated my 50th Birthday. We give thanks to God Almighty," Kuria wrote.
Residents enjoyed a plate of food, soda and afterwards a piece of cake in the ceremony that had an estimate of 100 people.
A number of politicians led by Deputy President William Ruto took to social media to give their wishes to the lawmaker. Ruto celebrated Kuria as a good friend and a strong campaigner of the Hustler Movement.
"We celebrate you Mheshimiwa as you turn 50. It’s a blessing to have you as a friend and one of the champions of the hustler movement. Happy birthday!" the DP stated.
On his part, Kuria assured the DP of his loyalty and full support ahead of the 2022 general elections.
"Thank you my boss. I remain loyal and not treacherous like others," he responded.
Kuria affirmed his loyalty following speculations that he is President Uhuru Kenyatta's spy in the Tangatanga team.
The speculations begun when he slammed former Nairobi governor Mike Sonko for insulting the President.
"I want to tell Sonko, let bitterness not push you to hurl the kind of insults you are making to the president. We may feel bitter but somethings we would rather just leave them to God," he stated.
He urged the former county boss to watch his words as Sonko had directed some of his verbal attacks on the first family.