Muguga ward Jubilee party nominations will be happening tomorrow ahead of planned mini polls. Eight contestants are looking to represent Jubilee in the forthcoming by-election.
Unfortunately, a bold woman has sent a strong warning to president and party leader, Uhuru Kenyatta concerning the planned nominations and mini polls.
"I gave him my papers, now he is telling me that we have an interview before nominations," the lady said.
The lady wants all contestants to be given equal opportunities, presented in the ballot box for residents to chose who will lift the Jubilee party flag during the mini polls.
She warns president Uhuru Kenyatta that Ruto will win again against Jubilee if they play around hiding and seek game during nominations.
'Itakuwa mbaya Zaidi ya Juja,' she told reporters. Deputy President William Ruto has already defeated Uhuru Kenyatta and Jubilee party in the mountain region in recent by-elections.
Ruto might be on the verge of humiliating his boss again if Murathe fails to make a bold decision during nominations.
It would mark the end of the Jubilee party if it will be defeated again on home soil. Celebrations in Ruto's camp would be ungovernable, however, if Murathe would be smart enough, he will encounter Ruto.
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