Former beauty queen and Miss Kenya 2015 Charity Mwangi was rumored to be dating Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria.
The allegations started around 2 years ago after the stunning model was seen severally with the controversial MP, rumours she dismissed, claiming that it was purely business and that their friendship was only professional.
Their romance rumours were again fuelled after Charity visited President Uhuru Kenyatta at State House, alongside Moses Kuria, raising eyebrows as to whether it was just business as usual or if there was something more.
The stunning lady has however had enough of the allegations and talk, and during an interview with Pulse magazine, Charity Mwangi laid it all on the table, vehemently denying she was seeing the MP at the same time admitting that they have indeed met up and still talk.
“After I won the Miss World Kenya title, Moses Kuria who is my MP was contacted by Miss World Kenya pageant holder Terry Mungai. The point was to have a courtesy call at State House. We were a team, besides Terry, I was even accompanied by my predecessor, Iddah Nguma and Moses Kuria came over with the First Lady” Charity explained.
The beauty girl went on to expound; “After the President hosted us, I shared with my MP my vision and he pledged to assist. What is wrong with your MP assisting in my charity projects just like he does others?”
Charity then revealed that Moses Kuria has been there for her and that they are doing business together: “Whatever we are doing is purely professional, it’s cheap for anyone to think that we are dating. One thing I would like to stress is that people should this mentality that beauty queens are just objects with no brains.”
“My MP opened doors for me just like he has for many other Gatundu residents out there. I can only thank God for connecting me with him as I honestly don’t think I would have made it this far without him,” Charity told Pulse.
As it happens, the model is the Managing Director of Fanaka TV, which is associated to the politician. Moses Kuria revealed that Charity wanted assistance to start a TV show, and after listening to her, he decided to assist her so that he could provide job opportunities for talented people out there.
“What we are doing is offering something different, I’ve always wanted to do something like this. We already have celebrities participating as hosts of different programs. We went on air last month and the response is overwhelming, added Charity.”
Other than the TV business, the elegant beauty queen is still the founder of Gundua Foundation, which assists with early cancer detection initiatives, and revealed that she’s too busy to start thinking of dating at the moment.
She, however, made it clear that she is not dating Moses Kuria and that people should stop purporting such; “I don’t think I want to waste my time answering back on this matter. My relationship with my MP is as plain as I have put it… and that’s the end!”