Murmomen Smells Looming Trouble In Jubilee After Getting Rare Invite To PG Meeting At KICC
By CommentatorNews | self meida writer
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Elegeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen has on Monday revealed that he has been invited for a Jubilee senate PG meeting tomorrow at the KICC.
Taking to his twitter account, Murkomen was rather suspicious of what the meeting could ge about and could not help but predict that someone will lose their job tomorrow.
"I have been invited by the Party Leader to a Jubilee Senate PG tomorrow at 10am. I wonder who is being removed this time!" read his tweet.
Jubilee party has been in a crisis ever since Deputy President William Ruto fell out with Uhuru Kenyatta and some of the influential people in the party led by Secretary General Raphael Tuju and David Murathe.
Last year, The President cracked the whip on the disloyal MPs mostly allied to Ruto's TangaTanga side with the likes of Murkomen and Senator Kihika all losing their jobs in the party.
Despite attempts to bring the house back together, Jubilee is with no doubt facing many challenges and chances of Ruto running for Presidency under the party ticket are as good as none.
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