Ole Kiyiapi breathes fire sending this message to Jubilee party ahead of 2022
By Jonjez | self meida writer
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Jubilee party was elected in 2017 to serve Kenyans as the ruling party.Jubilee party have been having tussles as the legislators ended up forming Kieleweke and Tangatanga allies.Tangatanga allies allied to Deputy president William Ruto has been opposing the president Uhuru Kenyatta's moves.President Uhuru Kenyatta who is also the Jubilee party leader came up with Building Bridges Initiative bill.
Tangatanga allies have been interlocking horns over the BBI which has led to some of the members being axed by the party.Yesterday,six nominated senators were expelled by the party due to alleged indiscipline to the party.As we head 2022,Ole Kiyiapi has warned the ruling party.According to him the Jubilee disagreement should remained inside their party.
He said"Jubilee House: so called revels and loyalists, you have a pact with Kenyans till 2022. Disagreements should remain inside your house. We will judge you on that pact. What happens beyond 2022 is irrelevant. Please optimize on the remaining time AND deliver to citizens. Basic!"
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