I am not quitting, Jubilee MP says
06 June 2016, 14:50
Nairobi - An MP says he is not quitting the Jubilee Coalition even if his bid for election in 2017 ends in defeat.
Johnstone Sakaja says that he is firmly in the Jubilee Coalition even if his bid to become Nairobi Governor fails.
He believes though, that he will win the Jubilee nominations and be the candidate to face off with CORD's incumbent Evans Kidero.
" I am the only one capable of beating Kidero and I will be the only one in the race come 2017," he stated.
He however insisted that he will call on unity whatever the result of the nominations is come early 2017.
" The truth is that we have to ensure that the party (Jubilee) remains unified. Sop if I win I will work hard to ensure all Jubilee folk are on the same team end even if I lose the same," he added.
The race for the Jubilee ticket will be taken on by 6 leaders in the party.
The 6 are nominated MP Sakaja, Nairobi Senator Mike Mbuvi Sonko, Dagoretti South MP Dennis Waweru, Former Starehe MP Margaret Wanjiru, Former Devolution CS Anne Waiguru and current Nairobi Women's representative Rachel Shebesh who have all declared interest in the seat.
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