'Going against JAP is like writing your political orbituary'
09 February 2015, 20:53
Nakuru - Bahati Member of Parliament, Kimani Ngunjiri has warned politicians in the Jubilee strongholds that they stand to be doomed politically if they try to go against the Jubilee Alliance Party ahead of the 2017 general election.
Ngunjiri further told them that going against the ruling party is like digging their own political graves and writing their political obituaries.
Speaking Sunday during a fundraiser at the Nakuru suburb PECA church, Ngunjiri said that all politicians in President’s and his deputy’s strongholds must sing the JAP song whether they like it or not.
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“The President and his deputy have made it very clear that the song to be sung from now until 2017 is the JAP song. It is either you are with JAP or you are against it. If the President and his deputy have agreed on this, who are we to oppose it? You cannot go against the command of your leader,” said Ngunjiri.
His sentiments were echoed by Senate Majority Leader, Kithure Kindiki who said that anybody who wants to see Parliament or Senate in 2017 must ride in the JAP bus.
“I pity those who think they will compete against JAP because doing so will be exercise in futility. For anyone to remain relevant in the political scene, they must sing the JAP chorus,” said Kindiki.
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