Soy member of parliament Caleb Kositany has been ousted from his position as the ruling party's deputy secretary general. In a statement released to the press on Monday late evening Jubilee secretary general Raphael Tuju confirmed the removal of Kositany from his position.
The decision was arrived at after a meeting was held at the party's headquarters with the party's committee. Raphael Tuju said in a statement that the party exercised its mandate under article 7(2) of the Jubilee constitution to remove Kositany from his position. The Soy member of parliament was replaced by Charangany legislator Joshua Kutuny.
Kositany troubles with Jubilee began days after Jubilee vice chair David Murathe warned the Soy member of parliament and DP Ruto of an eviction party. This was as a result of the two alleged of insubordinating president Uhuru Kenyatta.
However, Kositany reacted to Murathe's sentiments claiming that Jubilee had turned into undemocratic party and that he was not going to appeal the decision to evict him. "This has just confirmed my worst fears of how undemocratic the Jubilee party has become. Actually I won't appeal that decision. I don't want to be like a tick hanging on a carcass." Said Kositany. The members of Jubilee party allied to William Ruto are being attacked and cornered in an attempt to stop Ruto from his quest to the top seat come 2022.
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