Jubilee MP to quit politics?
26 May 2016, 17:00
Nairobi - Nairobi County Women's representative Rachel Shebesh faces an exit from the Jubilee Coalition.
The usually vocal Shebesh has been unusually quiet for the last 15 months, with many wondering why she has kept to herself and missing in action.
Shebesh, who is not new to controversy now faces a had task to retain her seat come the 2017 elections with a number of women readying to take over her position.
According to Jubilee sources that spoke to News24, a number of aspirants have declared interest in the seat and are looking to get rid of the now subdued Shebesh.
And the Jubilee house is listening.
" Shebesh faces an uphill task. There are several women ready to take over her position," the source stated.
Since her much publicised drama with Nairobi Senator Mike Mbuvi Sonko as well as her altercation with Governor Evans Kidero, Shebesh has been under the radar.
The Jubilee charge is led by Wangui Ng’ang’a, a nominated MCA who has been mobilizing women to lead her to the promised land.
Shebesh is not known to fancy any other position come the 2017 polls, nor has she made her intentions known to confidants.
There have been rumours that she is set to quit politics but those at the moment remain unsubstantiated.
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