The former Mukuruine Member of Parliament Kabando Wa Kabando, has revealed out the secret behind Meru County Governor Kiraitu Murungi's threats to ditch Jubilee Party and form his own party for Meru people.
Kabando argued that Kiraitu is already beginning to feel the heat from the ground that the former Governor Peter Munya, is getting more popular and might bring him down in the next year's main polls.
That's why he has now began threatening to form his own party of the Meru region, so that he can get a political vehicle to stand with against Peter Munya who is likely going to defeat him even in the Jubilee party preliminaries.
"Kiraitu is only feeling heat from Peter Munya. He is already feeling that Munya is going to defeat him in 2022 and that's why he is threatening to form his own party for Meru people."
"He wants to do in order to stand a chance against Munya and he might not even make it because the constitution does not allow formation of ethnic political parties." He stated.
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