Some few hours ago, the Jubilee supporters in the country were left very confused on what is happening inside president Uhuru Kenyatta's Jubilee party. This came in after allegations emerged claiming that the secretary general of the Jubilee party, hon Rafael Tuju has been locked out of his office in pangani, Nairobi county.
These allegations were made by the hustler nation's spokesperson, Mr Dennis Itumbi through his social media accounts. Though he did not give out the actual reason for this move by Jubilee party, people came to perceive that this might have have been brought in by the silent leadership wrangles in Jubilee.
Now, just some few hours after these allegations emerged, the Jubilee party has come out to make an announcement concerning the matter. Through their director of communications mr Albert Mwemusi, Jubilee party refuted these allegations saying that the offices are open and Tuju have been holding some meetings inside the offices.
The office is open and the SG has been holding a meeting,” Said hon Albert Mwemusi, the director of communications in Jubilee party.
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