As 2022 general election fast approaches the last thing you have ever expected is a party getting messy. Sadly the ruling party, Jubilee is on its dead bed as the last few remaining Kieleweke members have disputed the latest call by their party Secretary General.
Taking to his Facebook page, the Vocal Kieleweke loyalist, Hon Wambugu Ngunjiri have boldly shared his dissatisfaction with Tuju's latest call to have the party logo changed in a bid to dissociate completely from Ruto's URP roots. In dirty Facebook rant that has threatened the stability of the already drying jubilee party, the self proclaimed Kieleweke founder has termed the move primitivity and that the party was far larger than anybody.
"I hear our Jubilee Party SG has suggested we should change our party logo and colors, because some of our members have left. i do not agree. Our party is about unity - which is what the two clasped hands signify. The colors work for us." Posted Wambugu.
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