The Jubilee members of parliament allied to president Uhuru Kenyatta have continued to dismiss the allegations that the Jubilee Party is weak and could die ahead of the much awaited 2022 general elections.
Speaking during an interview with the K24 on Thursday 23rd, Kiambu member of parliament Jude Njomo who is one of the allies of president Uhuru Kenyatta said that the Jubilee party is getting popular by the day.
He added that the statement by the Kirinyaga governor Anne Waiguru does not in any way affect the Jubilee in anyway.
"Jubilee is getting popular by the day, governor Ann Waiguru statement does not affect Jubilee in anyway," he said.
The lawmaker further stated that the statement by Waiguru originated from herself and not from the voters of Kirinyaga county as she claims.
He said one thing with voters or supporters is that they always speak the interest of their bosses and that is why the people of Kirinyaga shouted United Democratic Alliance (UDA) after keenly studying the interest of Waiguru.
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