On Thursday evening, viewers of KTN News station were treated to a heated debate between Uasin Gishu women representative Gladys Shollei, Ruaraka Mp TJ Kajwang and Jubilee deputy vice chair Adam Kennan on crossfire show.
The show hosted by renowned media personality Sophia Wanuna was actually one of the best interviews ever done on the station.
Throughout the show Gladys Shollei differed with Adan Kennan on matters jubilee. She ruled out the possibility of jubilee party ever going to work things out since some few members in Jubilee party have taken the party hostage.
She went on to tell Adan Kennan that he should put it bare Jubilee party is non-functional since no parliamentary group meeting has been set in the past few years.
Kennan on the other side took the initiative to praise Jubilee party for their outstanding performance as a party. He said even though the PG meeting hasn't been called, jubilee party is still intact as those at the helm of power controlled things.
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