Barely a fortnight ago, members of parliament linked to Deputy President William Ruto started taking center stage to crown the newborn “Jubilee Asili,” a center which they say is for members who have been denied access to the Jubilee Party headquarters.
Andrew Simuyu, a 30-year old businessman, has however raised an unforeseen huddle by reserving the name at the Office of the Registrar of Political Parties.
According to Kahawatungu, the businessman denied plans to venture into politics, and said he is just “a businessman who engages in clearing and forwarding.”
“I am not a politician, I am just engaged in clearing and forwarding. I was just excited by the name.”
Simuyu further said that he is waiting for communication from the Registrar of political parties to know the fate of his bid.
“I am waiting for communication from the Registrar of Political Parties to know the fate of my application.”
The latest seems to have pushed an unforeseen stone on the way of DP Ruto’s camp who may have thought of unveiling Jubilee Asili as a political party some day.
Some Ruto allies now claim the businessman is used by Ruto’s opponents to block the DP’s 2022 presidential agenda.