NAMES: 3 Governors refuse to join Jubilee Party
12 October 2016, 12:10
Nairobi - One hundred and six elected officials among them Governors, Deputy
Governors, Senators and MCAs refused to join the newly formed Jubilee
Party after their parties were dissolved.
The office of the
Registrar of Political Parties yesterday said most of them resolved to
join other parties or remain independent as they serve their remaining
term in the national and county assembly respectively.
The elected officials are three governors, two Deputy Governors, two senators, seven MPs and ninety four MCAs.
Office of the Registrar of Political Parties has received resignations
pursuant to the provisions of the Political Parties Act read together
with The Political Parties (Amendment) of 2016 in relation to the
membership of elected and nominated members upon merger,” said the
Registrar of Political Parties in a notice seen by News24.
Meru Governor Peter
Munya is among those who have refused to join the Party.
Lamu Governor Issa Adbdalla requested
to join Amani National Coalition.
On the other hand, Bomet Governor Isaac Ruto
officially joined his party Chama Cha Mashinani.
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