I have no plans to leave CORD, MP tells Jubilee Party
29 September 2016, 16:42
Nairobi - An MP says that he has no plans to leave the CORD Coalition, calling the Jubilee Party divisive and unwelcome.
Jomvu MP Mbadi Twalib says that he is not leaving the CORD Coalition and expects to see massive changes in the leadership in the region come the 2017 elections.
He says that those leaders that elected to quit the CORD Coalition for the Jubilee Party in the Coastal circuit will be disappointed come the polls.
" Kenyans can see a good thing and a bad one and as far as Jubilee is concerned, we know what we feel about them," he told News24.
He called on residents in the region to vote out all those who have betrayed their respective parties to join the Jubilee Party, accusing them of selfish interests.
" We can all agree that they have selfish interests and have no vision to help the people of this region and must be forced out of office," he added.
Mbadi is currently following Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka around the Coast as they campaign for a CORD Presidency come 2017.
Kalonzo is accompanied by Tana River governor Hussein Dado, Mombasa
senator Omar Hassan and Johnstone Muthama (Machakos) amongst others.
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