Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has blasted politicians waiting to be handed the presidency in 2022.
He was speaking on Monday in Embakassi where he promoted the hustler nation adding that the presidency is not an inheritance.
"I want to tell all leaders who want to lead they should seek votes from the public... Musalia, Kalonzo, Weta want Uhuru to leave them that seat, we don't want that we know how to seek that seat," Kuria said.
"The seat doesn't belong to anyone's mother that someone will just hand it over like that," he added.
In January ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi denied he had been endorsed by President Uhuru Kenyatta to be his successor.
He said getting the endorsement of a sitting president comes with its baggage including being seen as being imposed on the will of the voters.
"I think it is for this reason that Uhuru has revoked the earlier talk of him serving 10 years and his deputy William Ruto another 10. He realised the harm that a president being seen as imposing a person can cause a candidate," the ANC leader said.
Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka and Mudavadi hit back at former Prime Minister Raila Odinga over claims that they are waiting for his endorsement to vie for the presidency in 2022.
Mudavadi said that “Raila is free to endorse whosoever he wishes including the possibility of excluding himself. But he has no right to deny others their right to demand a political debt owed from him.”