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URP scoffs at Mudavadi party bid to claim name

02 January 2013, 14:36

Nairobi - Eldoret North MP William Ruto’s allies have said UDF has no basis to claim ownership of the name Jubilee Alliance.

According to The Standard, MPs Joshua Kuttuny and Charles Keter on Tuesday said the URP faction of the coalition applied for the registration of Jubilee Alliance a day before UDF signed an Addendum to join them.

The MPs said UDF had no basis to make any demand for them to exit from the coalition, saying Musalia Mudavadi had announced he had quit the alliance.

- For more visit The Standard

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