A section of Jubilee Party officials wants the party to terminate its marriage with the Azimio Coalition in 14 days saying the outfit had been sidelined by ODM in recent parliamentary appointments despite being an equal partner in the Azimio coalition.
Speaking in Nairobi, the Jubilee delegates led by their chairperson Mark Ndung’u faulted Azimio Coalition’s move of dropping Sirisia MP John Waluke from being nominated to the Parliamentary Service Commission (PSC) despite having been endorsed for the role by the Jubilee party.
”We have collected over 10,000 signatures and we want to ensure that we leave Azimio in 14 days,” Mr. Ndungu said, adding that they will not be participating in the planned national consultative forums by Raila Odinga.
”We’ve had enough of your protests, which are self-serving and only serve to benefit one person. Our time with you is over. We will not accept protests and wars,” Ndung’u added.
The officials have given the party’s national representatives a 14-day deadline to quit the Azimio coalition and forge a new political path.