Uhuru to miss Presidential Debate

Jubilee confirms

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Jubilee Party Vice Chairman David Murathe stated that the team had not been consulted.

Speaking on the matter Jubilee Secretary General Raphael Tuju noted that: "We just see advertisements in the media. We do not know the organisers. We have not been contacted or told what the ground rules are".

He rubbished the debate stating: "The president won’t attend a debate that smells of conmanship".

The Presidential debate has been organised by Kenyan media houses.

According the Debates Media Limited Committee, there will be two Presidential debates: July 10 and 24 while another one involving the running mates on July 17.

All these debates are set to be held at Catholic University of East Africa, Karen.

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