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“You plan to leave Azimio and go where exactly?” Things get tough for the Jubilee wing that threatened to ditch Raila after insulting remark from UDA bigwig

by Joshua Wanga
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In an interesting and strange turn of events, just two days after a section of Jubilee Party officials expressed their desire to break away from the blue team, the latest statement to come from the president’s camp has thrown the situation into even more chaos.

Following an announcement by the Standard Group that Jubilee Party was planning to decamp from the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance Coalition Party, a seemingly enraged Senior Counsel Ahmednasir Abdullahi suggestively asked where they intend to move to after their defection. Without saying outright that they aren’t welcome to the United Democratic Alliance party, the Grand Mullah hinted that there’s no welcome parade waiting to usher them in and dress them in yellow caps.

Over the weekend, a section of Jubilee leaders in Nairobi made demands over their relationship in the Azimio la Umoja coalition.
They said they were not happy with their current relationship in the coalition and hence they want to leave.

They argued at a press conference in Nairobi on Sunday, December 11, that events in the coalition are not encouraging hence they want to get out.
The group who called themselves delegates in the city endorsed former Jubilee candidate for Makadara constituency Mark Ndungú as the new chairman of the party.
“We have witnessed bad leadership of the party in the city in particular and want to endorse Mark Ndungu as our new chairman to steer the party,” they said.

Ndungu who accepted the new role in the party said they are launching steps to exit Azimio and that they will collect signatures to ratify the plan.
“Many things have happened in the coalition which have upset us and that is why we want to leave. We must have mechanisms of leaving within 14 days,” said Ndungu.

He said the party is being shortchanged in the many agreements made and hence the need to quit.
He said Jubilee Nairobi wants two officials to be nominated to join the party’s National Elections Committee.
They demanded regular consultations within the party to make it more vibrant and competitive.
Ndungu said they are not in support of planned meetings by the coalition leaders as that goes against business in general.
“We want to tell them the time for threats is over. We now have a new government that needs to be given time to deliver.”

Ndungu thanked President William Ruto for making former president Uhuru Kenyatta a peace leader in DRC.

This, he said, is a good gesture, which must be appreciated.

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