Jubilee Secretary general Raphael Tuju and his vice chair of the party David Murathe are staring at a blink future in jubilee party. The two powerful leaders could be axed from jubilee for bungling the by-elections in Juja, Bonchari and Rurii by-elections.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has already warned them when he met them in statehouse after the loss in Rurii and Juja Constituency. Sources reveal that president Uhuru Kenyatta is very bitter with this leaders and he is not alone given even Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui has asked for an overhaul of leadership in the jubilee party as the current leadership is untenable.
Uhuru Kenyatta is also said to be extremely bitter with CS Fred Matiangi for using police to scare people in the by-elections. He is said to have been the reason there was low voter turnout as well the reason most of the prople voted against Jubilee party in protest.
Going forward for Raphael Tuju and David Murathe therefore it might be business unusual as they could be axed and completely removed from jubilee party. It's clear the leadership of jubilee party has been chasing members who do not speak in their language as they are really critical of any opposition of the party scaring everybody away.
Murathe and Tuju therefore might have dug their own political grave as it's said they were even chased away from statehouse by Uhuru Kenyatta himself who registered his dissatisfaction with their actions. They have mismanaged jubilee party a reason most members of the ruling party feel the two should just be shown the door as they are more of a liability than an asset due to their loose mouth.
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