The Race Begins As Jubilee Unveils This Lineups For Garisa, Juja And Bonchari By-elections
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The Jubilee party has unveiled their team for the upcoming by-elections in GarisaJuja and Bonchari. According to the Nation, the secretary general Raphael Tuju, the Jubilee has Unveiled Abdul Yusuf for Garisa, Susan Waititu for Juja and Zebedeo Opore for Bonchari.
Jubilee party will be seeking to maintain some of these positions previously held by their members. They will be competing with other parties like People's Empowerment party in Juja which is led by the Gatundu South member of parliament hon Moses Kuria.
Kuria has vowed to compete against his party leader Uhuru Kenyatta who hail from the same county. The United Democratic alliances which is linked to the deputy president William Ruto pulled out of the race for Juja constituency.
Elsewhere the Kakamega senator Cleophus Malala was removed from the deputy Minority leadership position in the Senate on Wednesday the 24th of March 2021. This is after the NASA leaders led by the Siaya senator James Orengo released a press statement on the same.
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