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High Court suspends removal of Kioni and Murathe from Jubilee

The High Court has suspended a ruling by the Political Parties Tribunal that removed Jeremiah Kioni and David Murathe as officials of Jubilee Party.

The news follows a move by the section of the party including the former MP to High Court citing unfair hearing by the tribunal which approved their expulsion.

Through a statement, the High Court issued conservatory orders to the ruling by the Political Parties Tribunal until when the case before them is heard and determined.

“Pending the hearing and determination of this application inter-partes, the Honorable court be pleased to issue conservatory orders to the effect that the underlying decisions the subject of the impugned judgement of the Political parties Disputes Tribunal in PPDT Complaint No. 10 of 2023, to wit; the decisions of the National Executive committee dated 10th February and 19th May 2023 and the decision of the National Disciplinary committee dated 18th May 2023 be and are hereby stayed,” read the court statement

Jubilee fraction led by Jeremiah Kioni has accused President William Ruto of interfering with the party’s affairs and trying to take over its control through MP Kanini Kega.

The case will be mention on July 26th.

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