Jubilee top bosses will be casualties at party primaries
Every time we draw near elections, politicians become either politically naive or extremely cheap to hire. During the Jubilee Party launch at Kasarani Stadium, we saw leaders from other parties defecting without any explanation on the ideological differences that led to their exit. What they are blind to is the danger of them losing at the primaries, given the history of rigging and favouritism at the grassroots level. Both the President and the Deputy President, who are the party leaders, promised free and fair primaries. These words will either make or break the party. The problem is some of the leaders to have been behind the formation of the party are unpopular among their constituents due to their performance in their term. This will make them casualties at the nominations. Voters must critically analyse their leaders not because of their party positions but performance.
KIBET BENARD Via email