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Monday June 22, 2020 – Former Gatanga MP, David Murathe, fired a warning to Jubilee Party MPs who were planning to skip the Party’s Parliamentary Group meeting that was held at KICC on Monday.

In a post on Sunday, Murathe noted that those deviating from the party’s requirements will face disciplinary action.

“In the recent, we have witnessed a lot of disloyalty, insubordination, impunity, disobedience and direct insults to our party leader.”

“This must come to an end,” Murathe said.

A text sent out last week to Jubilee MPs asked them to show up for the planned PG meeting, noting that they are required to be at the venue by 9 a.m.

During the Monday meeting, Garissa Town MP, Aden Duale, lost his position as Majority Leader.

Duale’s position was taken by Kipipiri MP, Amos Kimunya, who is planning to vie as Nyandarua Governor in 2022.

Deputy President William Ruto and his allies were planning to skip the meeting chaired by President Uhuru Kenyatta.


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  1. Murathe Respect others and they will respect you,Power swells the head and shatters the crown and All dictators must understand that all the nightmares they have created for innocent people will one day come back for the dictator himself! Because of democracy humanity still have faith in human beings Murathe take your dictatorship na ujinga to your family not Kenyan citizens “In politics not only are leaders lacking, but the independence of spirit and the sense of justice of the citizen have to a great extent declined. The democratic, parliamentarian regime, which is based on such independence, has in many places been shaken, dictatorships have sprung up and are tolerated, because men’s sense of the dignity and the rights of the individual is no longer strong enough. In two weeks the sheep-like masses can be worked up by the newspapers into such a state of excited fury that the men are prepared to put on uniform and kill and be killed, for the sake of the worthless aims of a few interested parties.” Albert Einstein

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