Political Analyst Peter Kawgwanja who was a member of the Jubilee Party and was seeking the Muranga Senatorial seat but quited the race has recalled about a time that he had warned the Jubilee Honchos.
Peter Kawgwanja has revealed that he had warned Jubilee Politicians about the upcoming United Democratic Alliance Party wave but he was told that that the system was doing well in favour of Jubilee and he was the problem.
According to Peter Kawgwanja, he has revealed that the chicken has now come home to roost after Reports indicated that Majority of Politician are being elected on United Democratic Alliance Party and those on Jubilee Party ticket are not retaining their political seats.
"I warned the Jubilee Honchos about the coming UDA avalanche. They briefed the SYSTEM that Jubilee was doing well, except me as a problem. NOW THE CHICKEN HAVE COME HOME TO ROOST! https://t.co/9IRQQZYjXh", reads a statement from Kawgwanja
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