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Blow to Uhuru as Top Politicians Quit Jubilee Party, Announce Next Move (VIDEO)

Barongo KE

Aug. 04, 2020

Photo:Jubilee Party Offices
Jubilee leaders from Murang'a county on Monday 3, August said that they have quitted the ruling party revealing their next stop ahead of 2022. In a report via Inooro Tv on Monday, Jubilee leaders led by Murang’a county Jubilee Party Charman Simon Gikuru from the County which is President Uhuru Kenyatta's backyard quitted Jubilee party asserting that as Mt Kenya region they don't have anybody's debt.
Simon Gakuru informed that as Jubilee leaders from Murang'a they have decided to quit Jubilee party which is the ruling party asserting that their wish is to rally their support behind Amani National Congress Party leader Musalia Mudavadi.
Photo:Murang'a Jubilee Leader Ditching The Party
According to Gikuru, he has informed that as leaders from the Mt Kenya origin, they will spearhead grassroots campaigns starting from Murang'a county, Laikipia, Nyandarua and Kirinyaga in ensuring that they rally the people of Mt Kenya behind Musalia Mudavadi's presidency.
Former Maragua Member of Parliament Hon Kamande Mbuku has asserted that as leaders from Mt Kenya origin this time they won't allow being led by only Kikuyu and Kalenjins asserting that as Mt Kenya people they need a political shift through supporting a leader from another tribe.
"We won't allow Kikuyu and Kalenjin again, we need another tribe to lead," Ex-MP Kamande has added.
Taking a swipe on Tangatanga claims that Mt Kenta people should first repay Deputy President William Ruto's debt, one of the Murang'a county politician who was present in the meeting has informed that "if Mt Kenya region has a debt to pay, then they should stary by repaying that of Amani National Congress Party leader since he stood with President Uhuru Kenyatta during 2002 general elections.
"If we have a debt to pay, then we should first clear that of Musalia Mudavadi because he stood with Uhuru Kenyatta when he was vying for Presidency in 2002."
The Jubilee party continues to disentergrate as it has already formed two factions; Ruto's Tangatanga and Uhuru's Kieleweke.
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