According to Dennis Itumbi in his famous declassified details, several developments are setting the stage qt the Jubilee Party as the 2022 general elections approach. According to his report, Jubilee is gearing up to call for a National Delegates Convention where Secretary-General Raphael Tuju could face the axe. The conference that will be called may end yo resulting in the firing of the secretary-general.
Additionally, Dennis Itumbi revealed that seventy members of staff were fired from the party yesterday. This is an alarming report that indicates that something critical might be cooking up in the Jubilee Party ahead of the 2022 general elections.
Details from the briefing also claimed that almost all County Party Coordinators were also kicked out of the party. Today, however, Raphael Tuju went ahead and returned all the fired officials who had been axed out of the party. Raphael Tuju went ahead and fired the acting Executive Party Officer.
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