President Uhuru Kenyatta has been dealt a huge setback ahead of the August 9th elections, after Kariri Njama left the party, accusing him of just pursuing his personal interests. The aspiring member of parliament is well aware that the Jubilee party is no longer alive, yet it has misled him.
Kariri Njama has made it obvious that he is disturbed by the jubilee party's transformation because it no longer represents the people's interests. Njama has declared that he will run as an independent candidate ahead of the August 9th elections since he does not believe he will be able to be on the ballot as a jubilee member.
Despite devoting much of his resources to lead the party, Njama is surprised that the jubilee party he worked so hard to resuscitate has turned against him. He is adamant about going as an independent member, referring to people like Jeremiah Kioni as jubilee brokers.
It's a matter of waiting and seeing whether Kariri Njama will be able to win the position of member of parliament as an independent candidate, as he faces a huge battle. Based on the number of votes he received in the just ended by-election, it's apparent that Njama is a power in Kiambaa County.
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