Jubilee Party Finally Responds To The Cambidge Analytica Scandal - Daily Updates

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Jubilee Party Finally Responds To The Cambidge Analytica Scandal


Jubilee Party Finally Responds To The Cambidge Analytica Scandal

The Jubilee Party through its secretary general Raphael Tuju has come out to vehemently deny the allegations that the party sought the services of Cambridge Analytica to influence the Kenyan elections in 2017.
Raphael Tuju, in a candid interview with Channel 4, said he was a stranger to Cambridge Analytica and his party only sought the services of Cambridge Analytica's parent company Stategic Communications Laboratories (SCL) for research especially focus group discussion results that fed into production of communication materials like posters and billboards.
The secretary general when asked about data mining that Cambridge Analytica, he acknowledged the fact that the West was dealing with such mischief but was quick to assert that they wouldn't need such services because the dynamics of voters behavior in this country is completely different.
Tuju further denied claims that Jubilee Party may have paid Harris Media to run the Raila ads on Facebook.
Raila Odinga has since vowed to sue Cambridge Analytica and Facebook for defamation claiming the video ads tainted his image and depicted him as a very evil man.
The ruling party has been largely quiet on the scandal that has rocked the UK based company with claims of massive data mining breaches.
Raphael Tuju also doubles up as a minister with no portfolio in Uhuru Kenyatta's Government.

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