Plans of the Jubilee Party to form an alliance with ODM for the 2022 elections is almost being finalised. The Mount Kenya allies who have decided to rally behind Hon. Raila Odinga have also been requesting him to pick a running mate from the region. In a recent report the Jubilee Party has allegedly chosen Raila's running mate by giving suggestions of who can be the next Deputy Party Leader after axing Ruto. Some of the names that were suggested were Lee Kinyanjui, Adan Keynan and Maison Leshomo.
However, the Jubilee Party has made an official communication that what is trending on social media is fake. Dennis Itumbi who had shared the post claimed that how can it be fake and yet it has an official stamp and it is signed? Dennis Itumbi has also promised to leak more details. He has asked Kenyans to continue following the Hustler Nation Intelligence Bureau agents. In his remarks he said, "Asante for following HNIB. Downloading its documents and even finding time to stamp them FAKE. Now change the list and HNIB AGENTS will also get the one you change and share. Goodnight the PARTY that is about to be the NEW ODM RELOADED! Continue following HNIB," Itumbi tweeted.
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