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JAP was a baby born prematurely

30 June 2015, 15:55 Jackson Okata

Nakuru - Kuresoi south member of parliament, Zakayo Cheruiyot has said that the Jubilee Alliance Party (JAP) is like a baby who was born prematurely and who can hardly survive.

Cheruiyot compared JAP to a baby who was forced out before his due time with the aim of making only a few people happy.

He said that JAP’s owners failed to take care of their premature baby who he claims has already died.

Speaking at Kuresoi town Monday evening, Cheruiyot said that the proposers of JAP have been forced to go back to the drawing board after their initial plan failed.

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“There was a baby called JAP and the baby was born prematurely after his parents forced him out but am told the baby died immediately after his naming and the parents are busy looking for another child,” said Cheruiyot.

“The baby was conceived secretly and forced out before nine months and he could hardly make it and that just confirms our concerns we had raised over JAP,” he added.

He said that deputy President should resolve to building his own house and strengthening it instead of being too quick to move into other people’s houses.

The MP said that he does not regret being labeled an enemy of the deputy President for simply telling him the truth saying that he will continue advocating for the rights of the people of rift valley, something he said the DP has failed to do.

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