MP leaves Jubilee, to run as independent candidate in 2017
04 October 2016, 10:26
Nairobi - An MP has quit the Jubilee Coalition and will run in the 2017 elections as an independent candidate.
Ayub Savula the Lugari MP says that he is tired of the lies made by the Jubilee Coalition.
According to him, the Party has been built on a platform and premise of lies and that it will be a failure from start to finish.
" The party will be a failure. There is no direction. It is a big shell and I want nothing to do with it," he told News24.
Khaniri was formerly of the United Democratic Front UDF Party.
He says that he sees himself an independent candidate.
" I will be an independent candidate. That is where I see myself but I will announce it in a few weeks time," he added.
According to Savula, the Jubilee Party is a coalition of people with their own personal interests and has no place for Kenyans who are seeking growth in future.
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