Activist joins CORD ahead of 2017 polls
05 February 2016, 08:08
Nairobi - A well known activist and businessman has said he will join the CORD Coalition and help plan for the 2017 General Elections.
Jacob Juma, who is not new to controversial statements about the Jubilee administration states that he will work with the opposition to dethrone the Jubilee government come the 2017 polls.
He stated that he has been holding meetings with CORD leader Raila Odinga to plan for the polls.
" I have been meeting Raila Odinga to plan strategy for the 2017 elections to seek a way of kicking out the Jubilee government," he said.
" The plan is to ensure that the Jubilee Coalition never sees power again," he added.
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Juma has been a loud and consistent campaigner against the ills committed by the current government.
He was the whistle-blower in the Weston Hotel land saga where he accused DP William Ruto of stealing a school playground next to the hotel for personal gain.
He has also been big on the Eurobond saga, which he has on several cases named individuals and plots he says are out to con Kenyans.
At the moment, he is facing a court battle with Supreme Court judge Njoki Ndung'u who he accused of being a part of a big corruption scandal at the highest court in the land.
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