UDA chairman Johnson Muthama has laughed off the Jubilee party after protesting their Kiambaa loss
The UDA Chairman ridiculed Jubilee for losing the Kiambaa by-election despite being in government.
“Jubilee operatives claim of theft in Kiambaa by-election is laughable!. We almost believed them when they said the deep state is invincible,
But who is God? He gave us victory in Kiambaa against the system and deep state. Let everyone know God and the people are more powerful,” the UDA Chairman wrote on his Twitter page.
Other than the UDA chairman, other allies of DP William Ruto have also laughed at jubilee for crying foul after the Kiambaa loss.
In a sarcastic tweet, Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen said that Jubilee has borrowed the behavior from ODM.
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The behavior of protesting the Kiambaa loss, he said, is a characteristic of the ODM party which does not accept defeat.
Another UDA member who has ridiculed Jubilee is Soy MP Caleb Kositany.
“Why are these guys in denial?. Tell the king the truth jubilee is past tense.”
On Monday, July 19, Jubilee Party’s National Management Committee held a meeting to discuss the Kiambaa loss.
From the meeting that comprised of legislators who were in charge of the Kiambaa campaigns, the party resorted to appealing the IEBC results that declared UDA’s John Njuguna the MP-elect.
Jubilee is convinced that their candidate, Kariri Njama won the elections, and UDA only rigged.
They are planning to move to court so as to compel IEBC to repeat the vote tallying process.
“We are not satisfied with IEBC’s results; we have concrete evidence to show that manipulation was done by certain individuals. The numbers that came out of the polling centres were not the same as those transmitted to the tallying centres. It is not yet over,” said Jubilee Vice-Chair David Murathe in a press conference held at the party’s headquarters in Pangani.