There was drama and intrigues in the 30 minute meeting that was chaired by his excellency the president Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta. The Jubilee party parliamentary group meeting was not short of drama as it is gathered that only 3 people were allowed to talk before the president effected the changes.
The brief meeting was opened with a prayer followed immediately with the chairman of the party Hon. Raphael Tuju. Tuju spoke little and invited the president who effected the changes without much ado. The deputy president who was in the meeting was not given an opportunity to talk and all protocol was thrown out the window.
The Jubilee PG meeting was short of drama as all legislators were forcibly disposed off their phones and digital watches by the security personnel. The over 100 MP's who attended were in confusion as they awaited the president to attend and chair the meeting. The raft of changes initiated led to the ouster of long time vocal leader of majority Aden Duale.
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