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Punish leaders linked to chaos, urges Embu Senator Lenny Kivuti

By Joseph Muchiri | Updated Mon, December 19th 2016 at 00:00 GMT +3
Embu Senator Lenny Kivuti (right) and his running mate, former Manyatta MP Emilio Kathuri at his Kanyuambora home at the weekend. Kivuti called on Jubilee secretariat to chase out leaders that will be found to have incited their followers to disrupt election of the party’s officials in the Counties. (PHOTO: JOSEPH MUCHIRI/STANDARD)

Embu Senator Lenny Kivuti has called on the Jubilee secretariat to take action against leaders inciting their supporters to disrupt the ongoing election of county officials.

Speaking when he addressed over 1,000 residents of Evurori ward at his Kanyuambora home, Mr Kivuti said there was need for tolerance among leaders seeking elective seats on the party ticket in order to make it strong.

Kivuti, who is eyeing the Embu governorship with Jubilee Party, condemned the violence witnessed during the election of party officials at Kangaru School last Tuesday and also at the national party headquarters.

He said some of those disrupting the election of JP officials across the country were political moles.

"I condemn these uncivilised actions because they are not in tandem with the values that Jubilee Party stands for. This is unacceptable and those involved should be chased from the party," said Kivuti who is vying against Runyenjes MP Cecily Mbarire and Governor Martin Wambora for the JP ticket to the primary elections.


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