The newly nominated Member of Parliament Hon. Sabina Chege broke her silence on Friday, May 19, 2023 after Kanini Kega expelled Kioni and Murathe from the Jubilee party. While she, President William Samoei Ruto, and other members of Parliament attended the funeral service for Dagoreti South Member of Parliament Hon. John Kiare’s father, Sabina Chege assured the Kenyan people that the Jubilee party is still united despite the current intraparty disputes.
Sabina also suggested that Kioni, David Murathe, and Kagwe consider legal action in court if Kega’s sudden notification had offended them.
The former Murang’a Woman Representative further declared that she would not tolerate any further conflicts within her party. She reiterated that she was the party’s interim leader and that Uhuru’s leadership was no longer feasible. In her remarks to the mourners, Sabina revealed that Jubilee party membership had been suspended for two years for Kagwe Gichohi and former President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta.
Sabina Chege spoke after Kanini Kega, the self-proclaimed secretary general of the Jubilee party, read out the disciplinary notice firing Jeremiah Kioni and David Murathe.
Kega in the complete notice suspended Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta for two years and Kagwe Gichohi for a similar amount of time. The National Delegates Conference (NDC), which had been scheduled by the outgoing Head of State, was likewise canceled by Kega.
The NDC scheduled on Monday won’t happen. The party will notify members of the NDC dates once this matter has been resolved. Kioni has been found guilty of flagrant misbehavior and disregard for the party machinery, according to Kega.
Sabina Chege’s remarks, however, offended some Kenyans. Kenyans encouraged Sabina Chege to respect the outgoing Head of State despite criticism of their disciplinary action.
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