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Jubilee leaders vow to defend party’s unity

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Deputy President William Ruto when he attended the Holy week service blessing at the AIPCA Church in Tetu, Nyeri County

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Jubilee leaders have dismissed claims that there were factions in the ruling coalition.

They said opposition leaders were working hard to create confusion and division with the aim of scuttling the party’s vision for the country to achieve their selfish ends ahead of 2022 general elections.

The leaders included Governor Mutahi Kahiga (Nyeri), MPs Kimani Ichungwa (Kikuyu), Moses Kuria (Gatundu South), Rahab Mukami (Women Rep, Nyeri), Samuel Gachobe (Subukia), Sabina Chege (Women Rep Muranga), Gichomo Githinji (Gichugu), Antony Kiai (Murkurweini), Rigathi Gachagua (Mathira), Gichuki Mugambi (Othaya), Jeremiah Kioni (Maragua) and James Gichuhi (Tetu).

Nyeri Town MP Ngunjiri Wambugu also attended the function.

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Mr Ichungwa said Jubilee leaders would jealously guard the party’s unity and focus for development.

“As Jubilee, we shall vigorously defend the unity and focus of our party, nation because that’s the right thing to do for our nation. Let’s stop unnecessary noises and serve Kenyans,” said Mr Ichungwa.

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