With few days remaining before the Jubilee party holds its first National Delegates Conference on 30th this month, a section of Jubilee Party leaders have come out to campaign for their candidate to take over the position of the Deputy Party Leader Position.
This was after reports emerged that top on NDC’s agenda will be to kick out the current Deputy Party Leader William Ruto together with his allies from the Jubilee party.
“As Kisii leaders, we have made a declaration that we will support our leader Fred Matiang’I to replace DP William Ruto. We know there are several resolutions to be undertaken and as a community, we are ready to stand behind Fred Matiang’I,” said one of the leaders from the region.
They added that they are going to request the delegates to elect their own, adding that the CS has stood by Uhuru and has proved that he is fit for the position.
They said Matiang'i name is already on the table and will be proposed on 30th to pave way for his nomination into the position that Ruto has held since 2013
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