Reprieve for Kioni, Murathe as Court Stops Jubilee Party Takeover

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Jubilee Secretary General Jeremiah Kioni has obtained a court order blocking the Registrar of Political Parties from effecting leadership changes in the party.

The Political Parties Dispute Tribunal tribunal chairperson Desma Nungo issued orders barring the Political Parties Registrar from upholding a Jubilee Party NEC’s resolution that suspended them pending hearing of a case they have filed challenging the move.

”Pending inter partes hearing and determination of the application, interim conservatory orders are hereby issued staying the Respondent’s decision communicated vide the letter dated February 13, 2023, to the effect that the (Jubilee Party NEC) meeting (held on February 10, 2023) was properly convened per the party constitution and further staying any consequential action by the Respondent towards effecting, adopting or ratifying the resolutions of the subject meeting,” Nungo has ordered.

She further directed Kioni and Murathe to serve the Jubilee party, the Office of the Registrar of Political Parties, and Joshua Kutuny with the lawsuit papers by close of business tomorrow Friday.

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