Recently, Kenyans have came to witness a situation where some politicians in the country have started changing their political parties. This is happening at a time when the country is preparing to go for a general election. Of late, some Jubilee legislators decamped from their party to join Dp Ruto's UDA party.
Now, today, it seems that president Uhuru Kenyatta have lost his frontline soldiers in the Jubilee party. This came in after reports emerged claiming that four Mount Kenya governors have hinted on their walkout from this ruling party.
As reported by the Tuko News through their official facebook page, these governors lead by governor Lee Kinyanjui of Nakuru county and James Nyoro of Kiambu county have hinted at leaving Uhuru's mansion for PNU and UPF party. Other two governors are hon Francis Kimemia of Nyandarua county and Ndiriithu Mureithi of Laikipia county.
"The woes facing the ruling Jubilee Party appear to be far from over.This is after governors Lee Kinyanjui (Nakuru), Francis Kimemia (Nyandarua), James Nyoro (Kiambu) and Ndiritu Muriithi (Laikipia) hinted at exiting the party. The governors said they are in talks with the Party of National Unity (PNU) and Ubuntu Peoples Forum (UPF) party." Said The Tuko News.
Now, what is your view on this move by the four Mount Kenya governors? Do you think that uhuru and his Jubilee party has been betrayed ahead of 2022? Drop your view.
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