Jubilee party of president Uhuru Kenyatta has send a warning to members of County Assembly, members of Parliament, Women Representative, senators and governor's who are planning to ditch the jubilee party for the Kenya Kwanza coalition.
The Jubilee party in there last message has warned members with such plans that they risk losing their seats in the jubilee party if they continue with such a move.
Jubilee party secretary general Jeremiah Kioni said the jubilee party is in the Azimio La Umoja coalition and whoever is planning to ditch the Azimio for Kenya Kwanza will lose their seats should they shift their allegiance.
His statement comes hours after roumours has it that jubilee party elected leaders mainly from the Rift Valley region and Mount Kenya region are planning to ditch the Azimio La umoja for the Kenya Kwanza coalition where accorisng to reliable sources, plans were almost to completion before Jeremiah sent out the message.
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