Nakuru governor Lee Kinyanjui has warned Raphael Tuju and some jubilee leaders over taking decisions down the throat of members. According to him, Tuju and Murathe are fighting hard to bring jubilee party down but they will not succeed.
According to Lee Kinyanjui, it's clear jubilee party is being run through dictatorship and it's something they will not accept. The leader opine that the party is being run through brutal means something not democratic at all.
According to Lee Kinyanjui, they will not allow jubilee party to sink into dictatorship for they will salvage it. This is just a confirmation that the governor is not happy with jubilee a clear indication that she might finally join another party most probably ODM for he has been championing for the interest of the party.
The fact of the matter is that Ann Waiguru also exited the party after it lost massive popularity in most areas especially in Mt Kenya region. The fact of the matter is that jubilee party has remained a shell of its former self as well every leader is trying to join a party of choice other than jubilee, something that informs the reaction of Lee Kinyanjui.
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