Former statehouse digital strategist Dennis Itumbi has leaked details of Jubilee leadership meeting that took place at night chaired by interior PS Karanja Kibicho.
According to the screenshots shared by Itumbi,Murang'a senator Irungu Kang'ata was the main agenda in the meeting where they wanted him to retract what he had presented in his letter to the president.
Kang'ata on his side refused to withdraw his sentiments saying that he would be betraying his people from where the BBI survey was conducted.He further told them that they should develop a culture if telling each other the truth within themselves.
The senator was reluctant to withdraw his letter arguing that if the president and the party ignores it he will have done his duty and will therefore be in peace.
According to the information by Itumbi,the majority leader in parliament Amos Kimunya also tried to pin Kang'ata down by telling him they also had voters and people they represent so he should retract or resign.Kang'ata declines saying he would rather resign than withdraw.
The meeting is resolved and Kang'ata expected to hold a press briefing to announce his retraction.It is reported that the leaders had gathered at Pangani waiting for the big announcement but Kang'ata switched off his phone.
What do you think will happen to the senator since he failed to show up for the press conference at Pangani?
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