MP quits Wiper, set for Jubilee
26 July 2016, 17:04
Nairobi - An MP from the Wiper Democratic Party says he will not vie for his seat come 2017 using the party.
Mwingi North MP John Munuve told News24 at parliament buildings on Tuesday that he would not try retain his seat using the party.
He stated that he had seen the light and was done with the dictatorial ways the party has been run.
" I am leaving Wiper and will seek to retain my seat on a different party's ticket," he said.
He argued that by moving away from Wiper, he was doing himself a favour and moving off people who have no interest in helping Kenyans progress.
" I am leaving Wiper because there is no development that has been gained despite the promises to. The leadership is lost and has run out of ideas," he added.
Munuve stated that he would consider joining a different party such as the Jubilee Party but that his mind was not yet made up.
" I will see. I will not be in CORD though," he added.
Munuve is the latest in a line of MPs who are seeking re-election come the 2017 polls on a ticket different to their current CORD Coalition.
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