Jubilee Secretary General Raphael Tuju has come clean to give the reasons why the Jubilee Party has to terminate the agreement with the UDA Party formally known as the Party of Development Reforms (PDR). Tuju revealed every detail on why they had to take the next step to safeguard the Jubilee Party itself.
Tuju spilled the beans that the main idea that prompted the move was the change of affairs by the UDA Party to embark on their agenda disregarding the Jubilee Party manifesto.
Tuju has a big question to be answered yet on whether if it is right to have DP Ruto get out of the ruling Party and join UDA Party affairs fully. Tuju did not fully ascertain the matter as he doesn't know whether is it legal for Deputy President to serve as Deputy Party leader while on the other hand Party Leader of UDA.
Tuju revealed that the process will not affect the country’s unity since the President's intention is to reach out to any interested Party for a hand. He blames UDA and his Hustler Movement that was tending towards dividing the country across regional blocks.
Tuju revealed the sad story that no other President has gone through what his Deputy Leader has done to him. He touched a case on how the Deputy President went ahead to demean the President in his Constituency.
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Despite the new developments, Jubilee has dared to break their ties with UDA as Tuju names mistakes that costed DP Ruto to face the situation. It is not business as usual as Tuju affirms. Follow Politics~Kenya for more reliable news.
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