Nairobi - The Jubilee Alliance is in a stalemate as to how to choose their flag bearer, as The National Alliance and the United Democratic Forum jostle over whether to go ahead with a primary poll or strike a boardroom deal.
According to Capital News, the nomination that was set for Monday, was put off for Tuesday and again postponed indefinitely, as both parties dug in over what mode to use to adopt to pick the alliance’s presidential candidate.
Uhuru Kenyatta of TNA has faced increasing hostility from his
backers after indications there was likelihood he would strike a
boardroom deal to abandon his bid in favour of UDF’s Musalia Mudavadi.
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