Former Jubilee Party candidate for Kiambaa Parliamentary Seat Hon Kariri Njama has also threatened to quit President Uhuru Kenyatta's Kieleweke camp after accusing some senior leaders of shortchanging him by handing his opponent a direct ticket instead of doing Party's Nominations.
Speaking during an exclusive interview with Inooro Tv where he spoke in Kikuyu dialect, the seasoned political leader has now told Kenyans and his supporters to remain calm adding that he is going to announce his next move that will ensure that he remains in the race even after his opponent was given a direct ticket.And citing betrayal from President Uhuru Kenyatta's close allies who he accuses of misleading the head of state, Kariri Njama says that it is indeed sickening for some people who were jumping from one Tv Station to another claiming how DP Ruto rigged the election, to now come out claiming that He (Kariri) isn't popular.
"Yes, this is sad, unfortunate, and painful. We didn't expect this to happen because all along my supporters were expecting the party to conduct party primaries... Tomorrow we will visit Jubilee offices and thereafter issue a press statement where the crucial announcement will be made..." Kariri Njama Says.
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