JP fac­tion in Nakuru plans meet­ing as mem­bers re­ject it

The Star (Kenya) - - Counties -

Fac­tions of the Ju­bilee Party will cause dishar­mony in the re­gion, the Nakuru As­pi­rants’ Cau­cus has said. CEO Si­mon ole Nasieku yes­ter­day said the fac­tion of Ju­bilee led by James Karimi is plan­ning a meet­ing to­mor­row with an agenda to launch the party and re­brand the of­fice in Nakuru. No of­fi­cial of the new JP is in of­fice and com­mu­ni­ca­tion over lead­er­ship is yet to come from the head of­fice in Nairobi, Nasieku said. The mem­bers of the cau­cus urged se­cu­rity agents be on alert and man­age fac­tions that might cause dishar­mony, as wit­nessed in the former TNA party lead­er­ship wran­gles. Nasieku added that the Ju­bilee Party still has no of­fi­cials at the na­tional level and so no one should re­brand the of­fice in Nakuru. Karimi said the Saturday meet­ing is of­fi­cial and he has in­vited all fac­tions. He also wants is­sues on JP lead­er­ship ad­dressed.

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