Today the Jubilee Party members of Parliament from Mount Kenya region met to chat the way forward for the region ahead of the 2022 general elections. In the meeting Raphael Tuju's name featured prominently after he was accused of mishandling the party. "Rafael Tuju one of the people we were told needs to be changed as a Party leader. If Jubilee is to survive without consulting anyone and especially the party's political wing that was involved in the recent by-elections. He decided to go against our post-Kiambaa agreement and issue a certificate to field a Jubilee candidate in Kiagu, Meru County" Lamented Ngunjiri.
Nyeri Town Member of Parliament Honorable Ngunjiri Wambugu Speaking At A Past Even: Photo File
According to the arguments from the outspoken member of Parliament, the former member of County assembly from the region was not from the ruling party and therefore it does not stand to lose anything if a candidate is not field. For those who are working tirelessly to rebuild the party such kind of misinformed actions could bring more political damage to their party.
Jubilee Party Secretary General Raphael Tuju Addressing The Press At Jubilee Headquarters After Issuing Certificate To One Candidate
The member of parliament also went on to sympathize with one candidate who is among the top contenders for the position that fell vacant after the death of former member of County assembly.
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