Speaking today during a press conference, Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui said that the two men's days are over in Jubilee, and they could have resigned by now if they truly wanted the ruling party to prosper.
Governor Kinyanjui said that they will no longer hold their office in the coming weeks, as they have already started a plan to kick them out as they prepare for next year's general election. He said that they are planning to carry out national grassroots for the party.
Adding that the Jubilee party is in a real crisis, and they will not wait until next year. Saying that Tuju and Murathe were not elected leaders in the party, and they will not head for any post in the 2022 election. Stating that they are the ones who will be engaging with the people on the ground.
He assures the Jubilee party that Nakuru county people are still behind them, and they are only waiting for direction for the 2022 general election.
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