Jubilee party has suffered a major blow ahead of the 2022 general election following the action of the Meru governor to quit the ruling party into the party of the restore and build Kenya party (RBK) . The Meru governor has vowed to build the new party into a vehicle that will win the support across all Mt Kenya East counties.
The party that was owned by Ole Kiyiapi seems to have the support of all regional leaders especially from the Mt Kenya region. It's a party that will be used to negotiate for the interest of the Mt Kenya East region ahead of the 2022 general election for the region has been neglected for a longtime now.
The Meru governor has made it crystal clear that the Meru County as well it's Mt Kenya East counties must have their own party. It's clear as we move into the 2022 general election the Meru County region must have their own party moving into the future ahead of the 2022 rather than depend on parties from other people.
The governor and a host of other leaders fro Mt Kenya East region are looking forward to build the restore and build Kenya party into a heavy machine that can take Kenya as a country to the next level. The Meru governor has made it crystal clear that he will not be party to Jubilee moving into the 2022 general election.
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