Dissatisfied jubilee leaders asked to quit and seek fresh mandate

Politicians not satisfied with the ongoing cleanup in the ruling jubilee party have been asked to resign and seek fresh mandate from the electorate.

Nakuru politicians Benson Mwangi said that it was immoral for people elected on the jubilee party ticket to fighting the party leadership from within.

“You cannot be a member of jubilee while at the same time you do not want to respect the party leader and his directions,”he said.

Mwangi who is a former mayor of the defunct Nakuru municipality,said that those leaders who feel so popular  and that they do not want to heed to party directions should simply walk out

He noted that one cannot be a  member of  a party he  does not want to support.

He reminded the leaders that some of them are in their positions courtesy of the jubilee party and its leader President Uhuru Kenyatta.

“Those disrespecting the President are actually disrespecting the electorate and they should do the Honorable thing and resign so that they can seek fresh mandate from us,” he said.

At the same time he regretted  that the  ongoing wrangles within the jubilee party were derailing the governments big four agenda.

He challenged elected leaders to concentrate on serving the people and save the negative energy for the 2022 politics.


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