Legislator sets eyes on post after Murathe exit
By Standard Reporter
| January 14th 2019
On Thursday we reported that a section of politicians is relishing the controversy stirred by President Uhuru Kenyatta’s ally David Murathe, regarding the political future of DP William Ruto.
Ex-lawmakers for the past few days have been on an overdrive addressing one press conference to another as they swear the allegiance to President Kenyatta.
Well, it now appears that a number of MPs are jostling to replace Mr. Murathe, who resigned as the Jubilee Vice chairperson.
A renowned legislator from Western Kenya yesterday shocked his colleagues, after he offered himself for the post.
“I am a veteran politician and I have served the party well. I more than suited to replace Murathe,” the MP told his fellow colleagues in parliament.
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