The Deputy Chairman of the Jubilee Party, the Honorable David Murathe, also spoke about the conduct of the party's Leader, the Honorable Kalonzo Musyoka, which has shocked various political experts in the country.
This is after the Mt Kenya leader openly told Kenyans that where he sits, he feels that Kalonzo Musyoka may have a bad intention towards the Azimio-One Kenya Alliance after saying that while he is the head of the organization. The state met with the Tseikuru Man a few days ago, who tried to persuade him to accept the post of Speaker of the National Assembly but he refused.
"You see you have been the Deputy President so there is that right to feel humiliated. When we met last week our leader tried to persuade him to resign as Speaker but he refused." , "Murathe told KTN News.
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