As Kenyans continue to plan for their festive season and how they are going to spend the recently launched Hustler Fund, many political leaders are still in doubt and tension continues to erupt bearing in mind that this month becomes the fourth month of their stay in office.
Raila Odinga's new political movement has also attracted the Jubilee party through their secretary general where Jeremiah Kioni has officially stated that they are going to back up Raila Odinga during this time when he needs more support than ever before.
Also being asked whether his boss has the idea that the Jubilee party would take part in peaceful demonstrations, Jeremiah Kioni confirmed that even though Uhuru is committed elsewhere, he has been receiving every update on the current happenings as far as Jubilee Party is concerned.
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