The National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi, has given hints on forming his own political party ahead of 2022 general elections. Speaking in during his coronation ceremony as the new spokesperson of Mt Kenya region ahead of 2022 general elections, Muturi said that his next move is to join the ruling party Jubilee or form his own party if Jubilee will not remain strong.
Muturi said that he might form his own political party, if Jubilee will not survive the current wrangles among its members who have divided into two groups "Tangatanga" and "Kieleweke". The rivalries are threatening to break the ruling party and it may not be very strong as it was during 2017 election polls.
Therefore, Mr Muturi who has now officially been given the mandate to lead Mt Kenya region, he might look for another alternative ahead of 2022 general elections in case the Jubilee party will not be available by then. He has assured the people from the region that he will form that political party at the right time if he may be forced to do so.
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