Governor accuses media of creating rift between TNA and URP
08 October 2015, 18:02
Nairobi - Nyeri governor Nderitu Gachagua has (Thursday) accused the media of creating rifts between Jubilee coalition political parties.
Gachagua said The National Alliance (TNA), United Republican Party (URP) and other parties in Jubilee were working in harmony.
“I can tell that Jubilee coalition is stable and no conflict between parties. It is the media which is creating all these reported disputes,” said Gachagua.
Speaking in Nyeri town, the governor stated that all small parties in the coalition are expected to be merged in December, this year.
Gachagua said he has been appointed the chairman of communications committee within a steering group that was formed to seek formation of Jubilee Alliance Party (JAP) which will be used by President Uhuru Kenyatta to seek re-election during 2017 polls.
“We are very much in unity and even the small parties are ready to dissolve in order to have one strong party which will form the next government,” said Gachagua.
He added that other smaller committees in the steering group include that of legal, Finance and Strategy.
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