Wiper party led by Kalonzo Musyoka and CCM led by Isaac Ruto has signed a co-operation agreement with Jubilee party.
Speaking outside Jubilee headquarter, former Bomet Governor Isaac Ruto said the decisions does not mean that they are abandoning the party.
Wiper on the other hand through their Secretary General Judith Sijeny said the agreement to bring both parties and its members together.
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“Today as I witnessed the signing of the Co-operation agreement between Wiper Democratic Movement and Jubilee Party at the Jubilee Headquarters today.The agreement was signed by the two Parties Secretary Generals and Party Chairpersons.” Said Kalonzo
Members of Wiper unanimously agreed to the co-operation agreement following a meeting that is understood to have been conducted virtually.
Preparations were immediately put in place so as to make sure everything was in play and to be implemented as agreed.
Hon. Kalonzo Musyoka confirmed the new arrangement does not abandon his party from the NASA coalition.
Recently Isaac Ruto was flown from his Bomet home to meet President Uhuru Kenyatta something that he strongly disagreed after the information got out.
He has however maintained that their was deal he was working with President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Being a close friend to Senator Gideon Moi, Ruto’s deal with Jubilee does not surprise many in the political circle.
KANU who had already signed the agreement with Jubilee saw the appointment of Samuel Poghisio as the majority leader.