Former State House Digital Secretary Dennis Itumbi has emerged with fresh allegations on crucial developments that happened at Jubilee Headquarters on Tuesday, October 12.
According to Itumbi, a total of 70 members of staff who are working at the Jubilee Headquarters were allegedly sacked.
He adds that all County Party Coordinators were also kicked out.
In a dramatic turn, Itumbi also alleged that the Jubilee party SG Raphael Tuju countered the move by reinstating the 70 sacked staff on Wednesday, October 13.
He also reinstated all sacked party county coordinators.
Itumbi added that Tuju also fired the acting party executive officer.
"Tuju then FIRED the Acting Party Executive Officer. Meanwhile, Jubilee, reports say, is gearing up to call a National Delegates Convention, that may end up kicking out the SG. It is so DECLASSIFIED!" Itumbi wrote on Facebook.
This development comes even as the Jubilee party is yet to make a statement on the matter.
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