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Massive Earthquake At Uhuru's Jubilee Headquarters As Anxiety Rocks Candidates Over Tickets

President Uhuru Kenyatta's Jubilee party is expected to initiate a massive Earthquake at headquarters in Pangani that might change the political dimensions and discourse ahead of party primaries for August battle.

Uhuru has been keen on restoring the lost Jubilee's glory especially in his Mt Kenya backyard and Nairobi. Jubilee party has interviewed thousands of aspirants jostling for various seats in upcoming general election.

The interviews have been taking place at Windsor Golf and Country Club to deduce on the best candidates to fly the party flags in August 9 race.

According to Jubilee's Director of Elections and Kieni MP Kanini Kega, Jubilee party will instigate consensus negotiations with Azimio partners to field a joint candidate in hotspot areas where DP Ruto's candidate might possibly floor secure the seat, like Nairobi.

Kanini Kega already issued tickets to Naomi Shaban (Taveta MP), Steve Chege (Seeking Senatorial seat in Laikipia), Taita Taveta governor Granton Samboja, Aloise Kinyanjui (seeking Juja parliamentary seat) Gakuyo (eyeing for Thika Town parliamentary post).

Jubilee resorted to consensus and interviews to field formidable candidate who might downplay DP Ruto's candidates with huge margin in next election.

It is also noted that the interviews path averts Ruto's possible plans of indirectly influencing the party primaries with intention to pick weaker candidate for Jubilee in August battle.

Jubilee is also relying on opinion polls to pick a candidate in complicated areas where the aspirants fail to agree on who to fly the flag.

This has created tension and anxiety among the candidates who are hoping to secure the tickets after being sieved through the interview process.

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