Jubilee divorces Azimio, Murathe and Kioni suspended
The Jubilee Party has begun the process of divorcing the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition and has distanced itself from the ongoing anti-government protests.
The move bound to send shockwaves in the Azimio camp follows a State House visit for a section of Jubilee legislators.
The Uhuru-led outfit has also announced the suspension of its National Vice-Chairperson David Murathe and
Secretary General Jeremiah Kioni citing “laxity and misconduct” as the reasons for his suspension.
Speaking at a Jubilee Party Parliamentary Group meeting in Nakuru, Dzuya stated, “It is with a heavy heart that we announce the suspension of Mr.
Kioni from his role as Secretary General. We have taken this action after due consideration of his recent actions and
the findings of an internal investigation into allegations of misconduct. We will not tolerate such behavior from anyone within our party.”
The Jubilee National Executive Council (NEC) has appointed EALA MP, Kanini Kega, as the acting Secretary General,
with Rachel Nyamai named as the new acting Treasurer, and Adan Kyenan as the acting National Vice Chairman.
The divorce comes just days after Azimio defended former President Uhuru
Kenyatta in a rising tax evasion conflict with the Kenya Kwanza government.