Kipipiri Member of Parliament Hon Amos Kimunya speaking during a past press conference.
Kipipiri Member of Parliament Hon Amos Kimunya has rubbished all the claims by their opponents that Jubilee Party is dead, in order to counter the Party's strongholds ahead of 2022 general elections.
Speaking on upcoming Kiambaa Constituency by-election which is going to take place next month, Kimunya who serves as the Majority leader in the National Assembly, had dismissed the Tangatanga members claim that Jubilee Party is dead.
According to him, the ruling party is still strong and it is only that Tangatanga wing are trying to create that perception in order to undermine the party in its strongholds, and make it lose the upcoming Kiambaa by-election.
But they will not succeed in bringing down Jubilee and they are going to prove that it is alive in Kiambaa Constituency by-election next month. He has urged residents of Kiambaa and Mt Kenya region should not accept the lies from Tangatanga that Jubilee is dead.
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