An internal memo detailing a graph with the aid of the UDA birthday celebration to counter an expected merger between ODM and Jubilee Party is FAKE.
The memo purports to inform the UDA staff of a counter-strategy to comply with the possible merger.
“New recommendations focusing on the obliteration of this alliance will be issued to your respective departments. The social media team is tasked to pour cold water on this merger via the use of the established pointers as per our until now meetings. Required funding will be availed,” the interior memo reads.
The memo in addition urges the UDA team of workers to continue to be focused as the impending merger is a gorgeous chance for the party’s 2022 presidential candidate, Deputy President William Ruto.
“Make no mistake. The merger between the two has vastly dented our graph to win the approaching widespread elections because ODM and Jubilee have extra numbers in contrast to UDA. However, this solely encourages us to work more difficult and push even greater as it’s time for ultimate focus,” the memo adds.
The UDA party has no longer shared the inside memo on its website, Twitter handle, or Fa, Facebook pages.
The fake memo emerged days after ODM and Jubilee officials met on June 17, 2021, to begin talks on a 2022 pre-coalition agreement.
Jubilee secretary generic Raphael Tuju, his ODM counterpart Edwin Sifuna, ODM chairman John Mbadi, Jubilee vice choice-chairmanMurathe, and Su,na East MP Junet Mohamed held the meeting at a Nairobi hotel. Tuju validated to The Star newspaper that the two events are anticipated to structure a coalition in the coming days.
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