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Registrar Of Political Parties Anne Nderitu Breaks Silence On Jubilee's Letter To 'Divorce' UDA

Chief Registrar of Political Parties Anne Nderitu.

The Registrar of Political Parties Anne Nderitu, has finally broken silence on the disagreement between Jubilee Party and the United Democratic Alliance (UDA), which has been rebranded from Party for Democratic and Reforms (PDR).

Speaking to the Standard, Nderitu said that she is waiting for the letter from Jubilee Party which was written yesterday by the Jubilee Secretary General Raphael Tuju. Then after receiving the letter, she will change the original pact which was signed and deposited into her office.

After making the changes proposed by the Jubilee Party officials, she will then communicate the decision to the public. This will therefore officially result to the proposed divorce by the two parties. Also there will be more directives from her office to the two parties in disagreement.

"Once I receive the communication from Jubilee, I will change the original pact signed and deposited in my office and then communicate the decision," Anne Nderitu has said as quoted by the Standard.

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