The newly nominated Jubilee Party Deputy Secretary General, Joshua Kutuny has promised to fight for order back to the party. Kutuny is more confident that the party is still strong enough to continue standing firm even after some of their members ditched to join the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Party.
Speaking on a first interview with Citizen Television tonight after being nominated to the post, to replace the axed Deputy Secretary General Joshua Kositany, Kutuny confidently said that Jubilee Party is still strong and will remain to be strong up to 2022 general election. He has dismissed the speculations by the Tangatanga members that Jubilee Party is no longer a strong party and it could not exist up to 2022.
"Jubilee Party is still strong and will remain strong even during the 2022 general election. The only thing which was lucking in the party is discipline and loyalty to the party and that's exactly what has been causing the removal of the defient members. I'm ready to reach out all those members listen to them, and hear whether their issues can be solved out so that we bring back order to the Party." He said.
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