Jubilee is set to either suspend or expel its members opposed to the constitutional changes approved by the party.
The statement was confirmed by the Standard who noted that the Party Secretary-general Raphael Tuju made the declaration ahead of a planned meeting.
According to Tuju, the party will hold a meeting next week where they will call on all members to back the BBI project led by party leader and President Uhuru Kenyatta.
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Raphael Tuju revealed how they have been working on the project for two years and that the members are fully aware of the proceedings.
The news comes at a time when allies to the Deputy President made it clear they will not support the project and that they are ready to face the consequences for their actions.
“BBI Constitutional Amend. Bill 2020 is VERY GOOD for Presidential Candidates especially the front runners BUT very bad for stability of the country. It creates imperial President,unstable executive&expensive governance structure. In the END politicians gain but the people lose” said Senator Kipchumba Murkomen
Two days ago DP William Ruto revealed to have made a u turn after changes were effected in the amendments which will favor the hustlers in the country.
Yesterday he made a u turn to confirm that the debate is far from over despite his previous remarks.
“Rush not to conclusions or pretense to prophecy. I’ve received overwhelming feedback (All shades)from Kenyans. Asante. The fury of political merchants desperate to encash (Like they did COVID19) a divisive referendum is shockingly evident Possibility of consensus is their nightmare.” said Ruto