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Murathe Blasts Murkomen Over Naivasha Declaration

Former Jubilee Party Vice Chairman David Murathe has criticized Elgeyo-Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen and fellow Tanga Tanga politicians after they made their declaration in Naivasha.

The politicians allied to Deputy President William Ruto held a press conference on Monday after holding a meeting in Naivasha town. They stated that they would continue to support the implementation of the Building Bridges Initiative report if their five demands would be met.

These demands would see the government set aside a portion of the national revenue so as to support local farmers and youth in starting up and maintaining their businesses.

Murathe took to social media to accuse Murkomen of hypocrisy and doublespeak in the BBI agenda. He went on to claim that they resurrected the anti-BBI agenda in less than 24-hours beating Jesus’ record of resurrecting after three days.

In Mombasa, tanga tanga choir master assured Kenyans that there is no more “US vs THEM” narrative. They made it public that they’ve honestly buried but ironically they resurrected and re-energize it in Naivasha within less than 24hrs beating Biblical Jesus record who resurrected after 3days.

David Murathe

ODM’s Philip Etale also commented on the declaration saying that it was a continuation of their previous political meetings aimed at selling the Tanga Tanga agenda in the guise of BBI.

Their agenda is to spread the Tangatanga gospel. But all in all, BBI will sail through

Philip Etale

Jubilee Party itself distanced itself from the Naivasha declaration calling it a mere association and meeting of people which the constitution has allowed for. The party’s Secretary-General Rafael Tuju added that while the party had no problem with the meeting, it was not in line with the party’s constitution hence does not have a seconding from Jubilee.

Any resolutions of any meeting not convened in accordance with the provisions of the Party constitution are therefore not official Party resolutions. For the avoidance of doubt, the Naivasha retreat was not a PG meeting

Rafael Tuju

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