Nakuru Governor H.E. Lee Kinyanjui has expressed his concerns over the replacement of the late Senator Hon. Victor Prengei who was representing the marginalized Ogiek Community. Governor Lee worried why the party officials led by Raphael Tuju made the decision at their own without involving all other stakeholders. He said that it is regrettable for the party to appoint Isaac Ngugi from Nyandarua leaving behinf the Ogiek Community. "While we may not be the decision makers in Jubilee, it is clear that consultation and stakeholder engagement has been deleted from the party constitution," Lee posted on his Facebook account.
He added that the deterioration of the party across the country is led by few individuals who are within. He argued that some members are likely to be getting advise from the top of who to be appointed and who should not take certain position. "Jubilee Party has the unique distinction of employing and paying individuals to bring it down, self cannibalization," he added.
The late Prengei was involved in an accident in Nakuru county. He was laid to rest some weeks ago. Those who spoke during his burial including the current governor for Nakuru asked the government to replace him with the one from the same community. Deputy president H.E. William Samoe Ruto was among the guests who were present.
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