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DP Ruto Free To Exit From Jubilee As Uhuru's Political Advisor Confirms What Has Happened

Deputy President William Ruto is now free to exit from the Jubilee Party as President Uhuru's political advisor reveals what has happened to the Party.

In a report via the Standard, President Uhuru political Advisor Machel Waikenda has delivered bad news to Kenyans giving a free ticket for the Second in Command to exit from the ruling party and champion his 2022 statehouse bid with another outfit.

Mr. Wakienda and who served as the Executive Director of The National Alliance party which was used by President Uhuru Kenyatta in 2013 has informed that they don't find any relevance in reviving the party since it has already served its purpose.

According to Wakienda, he has alleged that the main agenda for the Jubilee Party was to take President Uhuru Kenyatta in power adding the politicians still holding on to the party are free to choose their destiny going forward.

"Of what use will be resuscitating the party? Who will he resuscitate it for? The people must be free to choose their destiny," Uhuru's political advisor Machel Waikenda said as quoted by the Standard.

The remarks from Mr. Waikenda come after confirmation from the Jubilee top official David Murathe during a live interview where he informed that even he will be quitting very soon.

"All of us we are serving in the Jubilee Party on an interim basis. Soon we shall be releasing the Partys Calendar on how campaigns shall be conducted countrywide including choosing new administrators within the Party. As for me, I will not campaign for any seat in the Jubilee," Murathe said.

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