Kibwana regrets exiting Muungano Party, hints at quiting Wiper Party
SEE ALSO :Kibwana tells off Kalonzo on supremacy“I’m tired of Wiper-nominated MCAs who feel they are the owners of Wiper and call me a thief. They think that by doing this, they are supporting Kalonzo. That is destruction,” he said. The governor recalled reading the contents of a March 28, 2017 unity declaration that had not generated the anticipated results. “The leaders made a solemn vow of unity. Wavinya Ndeti and I left our parties to strengthen Wiper. Charity Ngilu also brought her force to the party so as to have strong bargaining power for leadership positions with other communities,” he said. He accused some MPs of engaging in divisive politics and fuelling chaos. Lately, the governor has been expressing his discomfort with the party through a social media group comprising Ukambani leaders.
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