Jubilee party is once again on the receiving end from one of its governors who has slammed the party for making a decision that was ill-informed and failed to recognize the roles of the marginalized community in the country. This is after the party made a replacement of one of the senators who passed on some few weeks months ago.
According to Lee Kinyanjui, the replacement of Prengei who was from a little-known community by a person from a major community is not okay. He says the seat was a preservative of the marginalized community since they deserve representation in the house.
Jubilee announced to the surprise of many who thought that they could have done better by choosing another person from the said community to replace him. Jubilee is yet to react to the matter and the concerns raised by the said governor. Do you think his remarks are justified? react below.
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