As the clock is ticking towards 2022 general elections, Jubilee Rulling party has completly broken down as fresh plans emerge, aiming at doing away with deputy president William Ruto and all his allies from the party.
This is after the second in command and allies shifted their support from the rulling party to their new Party, the United Democratic Alliance (UDA), and they are now acting as Jubilee rebels after having managed to beat the rulling party in several by elections.
However, the UDA party has set a concrete foundation by establishing offices across the country for members registration, in order to build a support base that will help the second in command to cling Presidency.
According to Daily Nation reports, as they are doing rebranding of the party, Jubilee party has reveled plans to establish county coordinators to enable them embark on mass recruitment of their supporters, a similar strategy used by UDA.
The DP supporters have fumed at Jubilee while laying allegations that the party is copying UDA strategy. Here are some of the reactions from Kenyans on Twitter social media.
Simon; why are they copying us? They should find their own strategy.
Kelvin Kamau; who are you recruiting are you are already a dead party. Find something else to do. Achana na strategy za UDA.
Joseph chacha; When UDA finds a strategy you must try to copy 😂😂
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