A wave of uncertainty has locked the ruling Jubilee Party as details reveals of internal conflicts among members over the expected Jubilee Party_ ODM merger. According to reports shared by Former Jubilee's Vice Secretary General Caleb Kositany, the war among those for the merger and those against Merger is slowly escalating and getting out if hands. The reports of internal war within the ruling Party comes barely a day after president Uhuru Kenyatta decided to cancel the Party's National Delegate Conference (NDC) that had been planned to take place at the end of this month. Reports revealed that the reason why the conference was cancelled was because the party Leader had not been informed.While this may music to the ears to the Deputy President William Ruto and his allies, there is nothing to celebrate for Leaders who had been planning to use Jubilee Party in the next general elections. However, Kositany says that whichever way it goes, it's none of his business.
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