United Democratic Alliance Party has issued an official statement over their break up with the Jubilee Party days after the official statement by the Jubilee Secretary General Raphael Tuju.
According to UDA Secretary-General Veronica Maina, she has issued a statement on the dissolution of the coalition agreement between UDA and the Jubilee Party informing that they have engaged in talks with the relevant organ of the coalition parties.
Veronica has asked the United Democratic Alliance Party supporters to remain patient until all matters are resolved promising to give the way forward soon.
"The relevant organ of the coalition parties shall undertake the appropriate arbitration processes in a bid to resolve the dispute and update you of the outcome thereof," read the statement from Veronica Maina.
The UDA Secretary-General has also directed a Statement to Nominated Senator Fatuma Dullo and who is currently on the verge of expulsion informing her to keep hold of her position as the deputy majority leader until all issues between UDA-Jubilee is resolved.
"Meanwhile, all Parliamentarians holding office pursuant to the coalition agreement and in particular, the deputy majority leader Senator Fatuma Dullo should continue holding office until such a time as the disputes arbitration panel shall determine the fate of the coalition," read the letter from the UDA Secretary General.
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