JP will not fall apart after pri­maries and losers will be ab­sorbed, says Mun­gatana

The Star (Kenya) - - Politics General -

The Ju­bilee Party will not dis­in­te­grate after nom­i­na­tions, for­mer Garsen MP Dan­son Mun­gatana has said. He as­sured sup­port­ers that losers will be ab­sorbed in the party for it to re­main strong. Mun­gatana spoke at the Methodist Church, Garsen con­stituency, on Sun­day “The Ju­bilee Party lead­ers are aware that Cord is look­ing for ev­ery op­por­tu­nity to spread pro­pa­ganda,” he said. Mun­gatana said Ju­bilee is pre­pared and ready to take care of all as­pi­rants con­test­ing for po­si­tions. He urged hope­fuls to sup­port Ju­bilee even after los­ing. Mun­gatana said the Ju­bilee Party will unite Kenyans and bring change. The for­mer MP wants to run for the Tana River gov­er­nor’s seat. He said it’s time for Tana River Gov­er­nor Hus­sein Dado to “go home”. “Dado has failed the peo­ple of Tana River county for in­tro­duc­ing very tight poli­cies, both for farm­ers and pas­toral­ists,” Mun­gatana said.

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