Today, the president of the republic of Kenya hon Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta and his Jubilee party together with the entire Azimio La Umoja have been handed some bad news. This came in after one of the Jubilee key allies from the Mount Kenya region dumped his party after losing the Jubilee ticket.
As seen from one video shared in youtube, hon Kariri Njama who is contesting for Kiambaa parliamentary seat has just dumped Uhuru's party. According to hon Njama, he will be contesting for his seat as an independent candidate. Njama termed Jubilee's move to give a direct nomination ticket to his opponent as unfair move. He said that despite being loyal to the party, this party did not consider him as the best candidate.
Hon Njama will now be facing UDA and Jubilee candidate during the august general elections. This will be a blow to Uhuru Kenyatta and his Jubilee party as they might lose this seat yo their opponents due to division of votes. Watch the video from the 30th minute.
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