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Jubilee marriage is dead — Donald Kipkorir tells tangatanga

By Vincent Kejitan | May 19th 2020 at 12:49:52 GMT +0300

Lawyer Donald Kipkorir on Tuesday advised ‘Team Tangatanga’ that the Jubilee marriage is dead.

Through a post on Twitter, Kipkorir further told the DP Ruto camp that they should lie low since it is almost impossible to beat ‘the system.’

For the past few weeks there has been trouble in the Jubilee camp after the removal of Senators Kipchumba Murkomen and Susan Kihika as senate majority leader and majority whip respectively.

Kipkorir advised those allied to the DP to walk away while they still can.

“Lie Low…keep your mouths shut…You can’t win against the System. People vote, the System Count…Your multiple litigations will come to nothing.

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“When placing bets, know the house always wins. Jubilee Marriage is long DEAD [sic]. Walk away when you still can,” said Kipkorir.

Last week, political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi told the senator that he rattled the system and was now suffering the consequences.

He accused Murkomen of betraying President Uhuru Kenyatta first through sabotage.

“Grow up my fren @kipmurkomen..You rattled the system. And yes, Uhuru Kenyatta will now deliver.

“Your camp undermined him from within then quoted the bible to cover your wickedness. In fact, you betrayed Uhuru first through sabotage!” wrote Ngunyi.

This comes after President Kenyatta chaired a Jubilee Senate Parliamentary Group meeting which proposed changes in the top Senate positions.

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