The 2022 general elections are around we corner, we are less than twelve months to the the D-day.A lot has been going on in the political arena, leaders have been touring all over the country to popularise their bid.We have also seen others shifting their loyalty to other parties.
It goes without saying that no candidate would want to get to elections as a member of a 'weaker' political outfit.Jubilee Party of Kenya has been having challenges for quite a while now.This is attributed to the division that is between the leaders.
As a result, the allies of Deputy President William Ruto decided to come up with the United Democratic Alliance Party (UDA) a while back.This angered the Jubilee Party officials and this is witnessed up-to-date.
Rumours had it that the Jubilee Party was planning to kick out DP Ruto as Its deputy party leader.According to Professor Herman Manyora, it will not be a good idea for the national party to make the decision because it will have consequences, many people might decide to ditch it.
Manyora who was speaking to Nation Media's journalist, Kennedy Muriithi said that the best thing for Jubilee to do is to leave matters as they are now.
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