MP: Afraha rally cleared way for Jubilee to rule until 2032
18 April 2016, 09:35
Nakuru - The Saturday's thanksgiving rally at Afraha stadium in Nakuru town cleared way for Jubilee to rule Kenya until 2032, a member of Parliament has said.
Nakuru west MP, Samuel Arama said that the rally was the beginning of a new chapter in Kenyan politics saying that it cemented Jubilee's rule in Kenya.
He called on those opposing Jubilee to rethink their stand and just allow jubilee to rule until God says no.
"The mood at Afraha clearly showed that Jubilee is here to stay. CORD should just allow Jubilee to rule until 2032 because they cannot defeat Jubilee,"said Arama.
"The skies, the gods and heavens are on the side of Jubilee. Kenyans must just allow Jubilee to rule until God says its enough," he said.
Arama advised CORD to boycott the 2017 elections to avoid political embarrassment.
"The advise I can offer to CORD is for them to boycott the elections to avoid the huge political embarrassment awaiting them in 2017 because 90% of Kenyans will be voting for Jubilee," said Arama.
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