Murang’a Woman Rep Sabina Chege hints at ditching Jubilee
Murang’a Woman Representative Sabina Chege now wants the Jubilee Party to restructure failure to which members would be forced to defect.
Speaking on Thursday, the lawmaker relayed her frustration with the party’s leadership that has engendered uncertainty within the members.
She called upon the leaders to reorganize or rather relaunch the stalled operations to give the members a clear direction ahead of the fast-approaching general elections.
In a statement, the Azimio la Umoja allied politician expressed her frustration with the ruling party saying that members were running out of patience with the party’s stalling operations.
“Tunaomaba tupatiwe mwelekeo wa chama chetu cha Jubilee kama tunarelaunch ili tuwe na ule moto kwa sababu ata huwezi print poster, huwezi fanya nini… sababu chama kimetufunga sana,” Sabina stated.
Sabina who declared her support for Raila Odinga’s led Azimio la Umoja Movement last year has been at the forefront of the coalition's rallies.
The Murang’a legislator urged the party to speed up its activities within a period of 30 days so as to give party members whom she said are running out of patience ample time to plan their campaigns.
“Ninaomba Jubilee wasikawie sana sababu pia wakikawia pia sisi tutajipanga kwa sababu muda unayoyoma,” she said.
Sabina similarly called on Kenyans to be voter-sensitive in the forthcoming elections saying that the political parties would be overshadowed by the preference of candidates.
“This time we will elect leaders based on their track record and not political parties,” she said.
On her political journey, Sabina shied away from addressing the matter stating that she would give directions on her political journey from February.
“Mimi ni mcha Mungu sana. Watu wanaweza ongea maneno mingi lakini mimi nangojea roho mtakatifu,” the Woman Rep said.
“You will know the beginning from February and March when I unite with my people and declare my way forward,” she added.
The last year has seen more than 100 Jubilee allied legislators decamp to Deputy President William Ruto's led UDA party.