3 events that have left Jubilee in bad shape
Jubilee suffer huge blow after these 3 events
Reports indicate that an event to announce the remaining 13 Cabinet Secretaries was called off at the last minute following a disagreement between the president and his deputy.
William Ruto differed with the president after his allies were reportedly left out of the list that also included Baringo Senator Gideon Moi’s allies, something that that DP's camp flatly rejected.
The party continued to count its losses one by one following the sudden resignation of Nairobi Deputy Governor Polycarp Igathe.
The party has been taken back to the drawing board even as legal experts give diverse opinions on the way forward for Mike Sonko who earlier this week broke into tears of joy after his win was upheld by the High Court.
Initial reports of the disagreement between Igathe and Mike Sonko were dismissed by Sonko with the governor even releasing screen shots of his conversations with his deputy to support his stand.
As if Jubilee troubles were not enough, the party suffered yet another blow after the election of Wajir governor was nullified by the High Court.
Mohamed Abdi’s win as successfully challenged by former governor Ahmed Abdullahi of Orange Democratic Movement (ODM).
A section of opposition supporters took to the social media to hail the fall of “vifaranga vya computer”- a phrase coined by the opposition chief Raila Odinga after he dismissed a section of leaders claiming they were generated by computers.
President Uhuru Kenyatta who is away in South Africa will jet in with a lot of housekeeping following these new developments that have left his party in bad shape.
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