Imposters and power bro­kers blamed for Ju­bilee Party ‘con­fu­sion’ in Nakuru

The Star (Kenya) - - Politics -

For­mer PNU chair­per­son John Ka­mama has said imposters and power bro­kers in Nakuru are the main cause of con­fu­sion in the Ju­bilee Party. He said JP in­terim of­fi­cials in Nairobi have not ap­pointed any per­son to head county branches. Al­lud­ing to the fight­ing that oc­curred last Satur­day at the JP of­fices in Nakuru town, Ka­mama said there is no power vac­uum. “JP has not ap­pointed any­one to be party of­fi­cials in Nakuru,” he said. Ka­mama said they are still wait­ing for Pres­i­dent Uhuru Keny­atta and Deputy Pres­i­dent Wil­liam Ruto to give a di­rec­tive on party struc­tures. Ka­mama said those fight­ing to con­trol the JP of­fices in Nakuru are lead­ers guided by self­ish in­ter­ests. He urged se­cu­rity per­son­nel to in­ves­ti­gate the mat­ter and bring to book those in­volved in the fra­cas. A meet­ing or­gan­ised by Naivasha busi­ness­man James Karimi was in­ter­rupted by rowdy youth.

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