'I'm in Jubilee to the end', Ngilu tells CORD
03 November 2015, 14:36
Nairobi - Suspended Lands CS Charity Ngilu says that she is still in the Jubilee Coalition and has told CORD leaders that she is there to stay.
Ngilu says that she is still in the ruling coalition despite the numerous problems she has faced as regards corruption probes and losing her position as a CS.
She insists that she has unfinished business at Jubilee and will not jump ship and head back to the opposition.
" I am still at Jubilee and that does not change at all," she said on Tuesday in Nairobi.
" The stories of me jumping ship are premature. I am happy here and trying hard to clear my name of the allegations in court," she stated.
There have been rumours in recent times that Ngilu has been in talks with CORD's Kalonzo Musyoka to have her join the Coalition after being alienated under the Jubilee government.
She says that she is in talking terms with Kalonzo but nothing past that.
" We have association going years. We have no personal problem. We are just in different places at the moment," she added.
Ngilu is under probe for the corrupt dealing of a 138 acre piece of land in Karen Nairobi which saw her suspended by President Uhuru Kenyatta.
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