Don’t discriminate against us, Kajiado hopefuls tell JP
Two Kajiado Jubilee Party governor aspirants have complained about not being invited to the county leaders’ meeting in Nairobi on Monday.
Businessmen and politicians George King’ori and Moses Parantai said the organisers discriminated against some aspirants. Twenty-six elected leaders attended the meeting convened by Kajiado South MP Katoo ole Metito.
Parantai yesterday said, “We are complaining openly because we feel cheated in the Jubilee Party. We have spent a lot of resources as individuals to market the party.”
Kong’ori said, “If this is the way it will run its affairs, JP will lose miserably.”
Yesterday, Metito said the two were not invited because their integrity is “questionable”. “We invited three other governor aspirants – Daniel Nina, Joseph Lenku and Taraya Kores – because they have integrity,” he said.