A vocal Governor has decided to disclose on how he was publicly challenged in public by leaders from the Mount Kenya East region. In the reports that were published a decade ago, the Governor lost to the Mount Kenya allies over constitutional changes that he feels they have not yet still been implemented. It was reported that the Mount Kenya East leaders had successfully taken over the Restore and Build Party of Kenya associated with former Education PS James Ole Kiyiapi.
The team that was led by Meru Governor, Kiraitu Murungi got a reprieve after the Political Parties Disputes Tribunal dismissed a petition that challenged the takeover. However, in his remarks Governor, James Ole Kiyiapi said that, "In 2010 we promulgated a new constitution that RESET our governance model. But it seems this NEVER affected the character and culture of institutionalizing Political Parties. That is why RBK founded on integrity is NOW being grabbed by strangers. Why? We too must have a voice!"
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