Kanini Kega and Sabina Chege’s Membership of Jubilee Terminated

The Jubilee Party has applied for the deregistration of two of its Members of Parliament, Kanini Kega and Nominated Member Sabina Chege, citing violations of the Constitution and continued attempts to oust the party leader, retired President Uhuru Kenyatta.

In a four-page letter addressed to the Registrar of Political Parties, Ann Nderitu, the party’s secretary-general, Jeremiah Kioni, informed Kega and Chege that their conduct was unacceptable and that they had to cease being members of Jubilee Party.

The letter accused Kanini Kega of promoting the ideologies, interests and policies of the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) and its affiliates, which did not have any coalition agreement with Jubilee.

Furthermore, Kega was said to have contravened the party’s constitution and code of conduct by attempting to overthrow the party leader without following the due process.

Chege, on the other hand, was accused of usurping the powers of the National Delegates Conference by conferring herself the position of Acting Party Leader.

She was also said to have misled the public and the Kenya National Assembly that she was the Acting Party Leader.

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