May 18th goes down in Kenyan history as the day which determined the face of Kenyan Politics. This was because the three heavyweights in Politics, President Uhuru Kenyatta, DP William Ruto and ODM Leader Raila Odinga faced off in three different by-elections.
The polls saw ODM candidate declared winner in Bonchari Parliamentary seat, Moses Kuria's candidate winning in Juja and UDA's Candidate grabbing the seat in Rurii ward.
He blamed the party's Vice Chairman David Murathe and Secretary General Raphael Tuju for 'killing' the Jubilee Party.
Murathe and Tuju had been creating divisions in the party because of their imminent disagreements with the Deputy President William Ruto, whom they claimed will never be the President in 2022.
"THANKS to Vice Chairman David Murathe and Secretary General Tuju, my BELOVED JUBILEE is officially DEAD. The cremation of the body is at JUJA and the ashes will be thrown into the Chania River," the TangaTanga-allied lawyer tweeted.
With Kenya fast approaching the 2022 General Elections, the Political heat in the country is already gathering pace. However, it is still still early to determine who will be the next president of Kenya.
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