URP tells rebels to start writing political obituaries
28 December 2015, 12:26
Nakuru - The United Republican Party (URP) has told its rebel members to start packing their belongings and writing their political obituaries.
Nakuru URP chairman James Bett said those opposed to the dissolution of the party should stop dreaming of being ever elected to any political office.
Speaking Monday in Nakuru town, Bett said that rebels led by Bomet Governor Isaac Ruto have few days in office before the people's wrath befalls them.
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"As URP, we want all rebels to know that 2017 is just around the corner and they must prepare their suitcases ready to go into political retirement," said Bett.
"Anybody in Rift Valley who opposes the dissolution of URP will be making his way into political oblivion and we pity him."
He added: "The new Jubilee alliance party is like a speed train and anybody trying to stop it will be crashed politically."
He also warned Bomet Governor against forming another political party saying it will be an exercise in futility.
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