Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui has revealed that he has left Jubilee party and acquired the Ubuntu People's Forum.The governor also said that he will defend his seat using the new party.
The United Progressive Forum Party (UPF) is anticipated to change the political landscape in Mt Kenya, which has been providing contradictory signals about who it will support to successor President Uhuru Kenyatta.
The governor of Nakuru's decision to acquire a new political party is considered as a daring step by a leader who has been known for being cautious and measured throughout the years.
The county leader, on the other hand, appears to be shaking his tag as the clock ticks down to the 2022 elections.
In a recent press conference in his office, he openly called for the sacking of Jubilee secretary-general Raphael Tuju, vice-chair David Murathe, and the whole secretariat, blaming them for the party's decreasing popularity.
Kinyanjui also said it was time for a new chapter in politics, which will be characterized by humanity and fairness.
Kinyanjui however, could not reveal whom he will support for 2022 presidency between Raila Odinga, DP Ruto or Musalia Mudavadi.
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