Photo Courtesy; Ex President Uhuru Kenyatta in a past action. Only used for illustration purposes.
President William Ruto's close ally and Nandi Senator Samson Kiprotich Arap Cherargei has told former President Uhuru Kenyatta to forget about his leadership at the Jubilee party while alluding that, the matter has been settled and he should stop leaving in denial.
Cherargei argues that the ex President legally is not allowed by law to engage in partisan politics while saying that Uhuru is denial about many things.
He questioned why the ex head of state like to embarrass himself after he was blocked from holding the Jubilee party National Delagates Conference, NDC at Bomas of Kenya. The Bomas management had revealed that the main auditorium was undergoing renovations and therefore could not accommodate the planned NDC Meeting.
Jubilee Party led by embattled Secretary General Jeremiah Kioni has however had said that the planned NDC Meeting was on as was scheduled.
It should be noted that the rebel faction of Jubilee Party had fired the ex President as the party leader and replaced him with Sabina Chege in acting capacity.
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