Dennis Itumbi who is Deputy president Willam Ruto's Pr manager and his top ally has served Kenyans another interesting exposè on the supposed proposed Jubillee party structure.
According to a post Itumbi has made on his Twitter page, Dp Ruto seems to have been kicked out from the party leadership structure. At the top of the party's leadership is President Uhuru Kenyatta, With three deputies including; honerable Lee Kinyanjui, Adan Keynan and Maison Leshomo.
Nelson Ndzuya has taken the chairmanship of the party while David Murathe has been given party vice chairmanship. From the revelation Raphael Tuju seems to be the biggest casualty as he has been replaced from the secretary general by honerable Priscilla Nyokabi. Ngunjiri Wambugu, Sabina Chege and Kanini Kega have also been awarded position in the party.
This revelation is set to change the political climate in the country since Ruto boasted off few days ago that no one including president Uhuru Kenyatta would remove him from the party. Ruto said that electorates are the only people who could remove him from Power.
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