Governor accuses Jubilee of spreading rumours that he has quit CORD
29 September 2016, 14:12
Nairobi - A CORD Governor has accused the Jubilee Party of suggesting that he has quit the coalition in order to spoil his relationship with opposition leaders.
Tana River Governor Hussein Dado says that he is not going to leave CORD or the Wiper Party through which he was elected.
He says that stories suggesting he has done so are false.
" I am in CORD to the end. Those who are spreading stories are up to no good and I urge you to not listen to them," Dado told News24.
He says that Tana River is a CORD area and that the Jubilee Coalition will see fire come the elections.
" They are claiming that they are the bigger force in this region. We will see come the elections," he added.
He called on area residents to avoid the Jubilee Party theatrics, saying that they are just out to divide and rule the country on their own accord.
The Jubilee Party has been on an extensive campaign trail in the region, wooing voters and leaders to quit the opposition for their ranks.
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