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Murathe’s Stern Warning Ahead of Jubilee PG Meeting Sparks Outrage




Uproar as the ruling Jubilee Party Vice-chairperson David Murathe on Sunday 21 June issued a stern warning to members planning not to attend the Parliamentary Group (PG) meeting scheduled on Monday 22 June at Kenyatta International Conventional Center (KICC).

Jubilee party Vice-chair pointed out that the party would not sit back and watch defiant members, but would take disciplinary actions on those who will fail to attend the meeting.

“Missing tomorrow’s PG meeting should not come to anyone’s mind. Disciplinary actions are crystal clear in the Jubilee Party Act to those who are deviating from the fundamental requirements of the party.

“In the recent, we have witnessed a lot of disloyalty, insubordination, impunity, disobedience, and direct insults to our party leader. That must come to an end,” Murathe warned.

Murathe’s post sparked outrage from the public and Deputy President William Ruto allied political leaders who posed questions about Murathe’s threats.

Kimilili Member of Parliament and a staunched DP’s ally Didmus Barasa took a swipe at Murathe ascertaining that he would not attend the meeting. 

“I will not attend, I am upcountry attending to more important matters. I wait to see what actions will be taken against me. The era of people threatening others with dire consequences is gone. We are in an era where we are persuaded by logic, not by threats,” Barasa remarked.

The vocal Kapseret Member of Parliament Oscar Sudi also responded to Murathe advising the Jubilee vice-chair to shun stupidity and reminded him of generational (age) differences.

One user also responded to Murathe’s post stating, “Hitting heads is a dictatorship and not leadership. How will those joining you not fear you guys? Too much destruction in the name of unity. Dialogue and arbitration has been winning in vast events of the world.”

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