JAP will be the new chama cha baba na mama, says MP
22 January 2015, 12:01
Nakuru - The newly formed Jubilee Alliance Party is a national party and not a party for two tribes as its opponents want it to appear, Bahati MP, Kimani Ngunjiri, has said.
Speaking at a forum in Nakuru Wednesday night, Ngunjiri said the new party will bring all Kenyans on board regardless of their tribe.
He said that the new party was formed to kill the notion and perception that the jubilee alliance was a union for the Kikuyu’s and Kalenjins.
He said that the new party will open offices in every corner of this nation including in the opposition strongholds.
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“When we formed the Jubilee coalition, many went around saying that it was a marriage for the Kikuyu and Kalenjin communities and that is why the single party has been formed to bring together all Kenyans and I want to state that just like KANU, Jubilee party will also be a national party which will be open to all Kenyans irrespective of their tribe. The leadership of the new party is from across the national and those opposing the party should give it time,” he said.
“Jubilee Alliance Party will dominate this country even more that KANU did and soon every Kenyan will be trooping to jubilee because it is the new chama cha baba na mama (party of dad and mum)," said Ngunjiri.
Ngujiri welcomed the move by the CORD coalition to also form a single party saying that it will instill discipline in the country’s politics.
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