Jubilee vice Chairman David murathe has come out to issue a warning to Tangatanga lawmakers. He has called upon lamakers who support the UDA party to quietly move out of the ruling party. The vice Chairman has explained his Statement and said that the UDA party is not an affiliate of the ruling party.
The Vice Chairman has condemned lawmakers who trade in both Jubilee And UDA partities. He argued that no politician can be a member of two political parties. Murathe's words are a shocker to Tangatanga lawmakers.
A tweet message shared on the starndard digital media explicitly explains David Murathe's statement. The statement reads:" Murathe said United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party associated with Deputy President William Ruto was not an affiliate of Jubilee, and asked those allied to the new outfit to “quietly exit” the ruling party." The message read.
From the message above, it is clear that Jubilee vice Chairman is out to ensure sanity in the ruling party. He is determinejd to ensure that party rules and regulations are strictly followed.
The tweet message on Starndard digital media has elicited mixed reactions from a section of Kenyans who have shared their thoughts regarding Murathe's Statement.Check on the screenshot below to see some of the comments.
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