Jubilee Party Set For Major Shake Up As Lobbying Intensifies Ahead Of 2022

A major storm seems to be brewing in the Jubilee Party camp as politicians take position and formation in the play up for 2022. With DP William Ruto setting his eyes to ascend to presidency in the next elections, comments by a section of the ruling party's elite are sending subliminal messages of their real views.

First, deputy party leader, David Murathe, suggested that the deputy president should retire together with President Uhuru Kenyatta. This was, of course, not his views alone as Daily Updates has reasons to believe that more party members hold this opinion.

READ: Plot Thickens As Jubilee's David Murathe Tells DP Ruto To Retire By 2022

Days later, Raphael Tuju said that DP Ruto does not have an automatic ticket to represent Jubilee in 2022. He added that the party has processes that it shall follow to nominate their preferred candidate.

Kirinyaga Governor, Anne Waiguru, a perceived ally of the deputy president, took her thoughts online to express why she thought party elections were very necessary.

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