UDF: We are still firmly in Jubilee till 2017
06 August 2015, 11:27
Nakuru - The United Democratic Forum Party (UDF) will continue to work with the Jubilee government on its development agenda, party Treasurer Martha Wangari has said.
Speaking during the completion of a two-day party retreat at a Gilgil hotel wenesday, Wangari said that UDF is still a member of the Jubilee coalition dismissing claims that they wanted out.
“We want to tell Kenyans that UDF is still much alive and will continue to support the Jubilee government on development issues,” she said.
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The nominated Senator from Nakuru County said that the party is strong and working on its manifesto in readiness for the 2017 general election.
Senator Wangari added that the party has organised a series of meetings to deliberate on its agenda. She however asked members who are not happy with the party to move out.
"Every member has a right to decide what he or she wants. The party will not hold hostage any member who wishes to join other parties," she added.
She stressed that every member must adhere to the party regulations.
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