Rigathi Gachagua Discloses the Main Reason They Are Gradually Leaving Jubilee
By Politicsnewsman001 | self meida writer
Published 17 days ago - 0 views
Jubilee ruling-party is now at the verge of collapsing after deputy President William Ruto allies took a stunning move of a gradual quitting by stopping their monthly contribution from going into the party.
The second in command's brigade wrote to the Senate and National Assembly clerks directing them to shift the monthly contribution from the Jubilee to the newly formed United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party.
However, Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua has finally spilled the beans on why they took a harsh action against the party. Speaking to the Star, the lawmaker has claimed but the ruling party is no longer active, asserting that the only active organ of Jubilee is the disciplinary committee which is meant to frustrate deputy President William Ruto and his allies who are now seen as rebels of the party.
He however took a lash at President Uhuru and allies who are against them asserting that they use their money to drink and come back to abuse them in return.
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