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David Murathe Warns jubilee members planning to skip the party’s scheduled PG meeting

Jubilee party vice-chair David Murathe has sent a warning to the party’s members that plan to snub the meeting slated for Monday, June 22.

Mr. Murathe hinted there tends to be a disciplinary action against those that will be missing to show up for the meeting.

“In the recent, we have witnessed a lot of disloyalty, insubordination, impunity, disobedience, and direct insults to our party leader. This must come to an end,” Murathe said via his Facebook page.

Jubilee’s leadership announced of the Monday meeting on Saturday, already members allied to the DP getting overwhelmed by paranoia.

“The Party Leader President Uhuru Kenyatta will on Monday, 22nd June 2020 hold a Parliamentary Group Meeting for all Jubilee MPs at the Kenyatta International Conference Centre, starting at 9 am,” the party said in an official statement.

Moses Kuria of Gatundu South clued what may ensue out of the meeting, insinuating there could be other changes majorly disadvantaging the members in favor of Ruto.

“Shenzi! To Women! Fools! If you are a man, talk here! And you have nothing! These are the words we will hear on Monday at the jubilee pg being said to grandmothers and fathers like the hon. Mani and hon. John Paul graduation and to 24-year-old hon. John Paul graduated in an equal meal,” Moses Kuria.

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