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Waiguru Warning To Jubilee Compared To Locking The Stable Door After The Horse Has Bolted

Kirinyagah Governor Ann Mumbi Waiguru has admitted that the fortunes of the Jubilee Party are dwindling and it's time to undergo intense introspection.

Ann Mumbi Waiguru.

Coming short of outright criticism for the party failure in embracing the outlook of a younger generation who dominate the electorate Waiguru said it's time to step out of the comfort zone and embrace new ways of thinking and doing things.

Her thoughts are contained in a letter that is currently eliciting a lot of thought-provoking debate online.

The Exodus began when DP William Ruto was banned from accessing Jubilee Party Headquarters. He walked out with 41 loyal legislators.

While pointing a finger at Party Chairman Nelson Dzuya and vice Chairman David Murathe former Nominated Senator Isaac Mwaura lamented that;

" The only time Jubilee Party executive organs are active is when it's time to discipline someone. The only discipline these two people know is expulsion, nothing else".

Obviously, deputy Secretary-General Caleb Kositany will feel vindicated for his foresight when he said, "if the only way we can resolve differences is by kicking out those we don't agree with, we may end up having nobody else to kick out".

Making an oblique reference to the Disciplinary Board's love for kicking out allegedly errant members, Waiguru figuratively speaks of opening the sides and the back of the tent for people to enter and re-enter. Without mincing words, she says that failure to take inventory now may lead to contending with predictable consequences shortly.

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