We have not left and we’re not leaving Jubilee – Kipchumba Murkomen

Elgeiyo Marakwet senator Kipchumba Murkomen has ridiculed the assertions that the team in Jubilee allied to DP William Ruto has called it quits with the party.

Taking to social media, the vocal legislator said what happened on Thursday when DP met the perceived rebels was just a mere meeting uniting those members derobbed from their duties in both the national assembly and the senate.

He adds that it was wise for them to come up with the Jubilee Asili center to enable members who have been denied access to the party headquarters in Pangani to meet.

The DP had a meeting with legislators believed to be in favor of him. Out of the meeting emerged a Jubilee party copycat in the name of Jubilee Asili which left many believing the Dp -with his team was planning to ditch Jubilee to start another rivaling movement whose slogan would be Sote Pamoja.

“Had lunch with Jubilee MPs who were recently assigned other responsibilities in the party. Thanked them for exemplary service to the party and the nation. I implored them to continue focusing on Jubilee’s people-centered transformational agenda now and in the coming future. SOTE PAMOJA,” Ruto said after the Thursday meeting.

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Commenting on the same., Kipchumba Murkomen says there was nothing much into their Thursday meeting, saying Jubilee is a “visionary investment” they are not ready to let it go.

“Ignore the rumors doing rounds. Jubilee Party is our party, our labor of love, and visionary investment, whose fruits we look forward to enjoying. Jubilee Asili Centre is the meeting Venue for and by members who have been denied access to our party office on Thika Road. Tuko Sote Pamoja!” Murkomen said.

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