Jubilee’s National Management Committee (NMC)held a meeting to deliberate on divorcing the United Democratic Alliance (UDA). Unfortunately, the party members failed to come up with a consensus.
The said meeting took place on 3rd May in Nairobi. The agenda was to agree on how the party will proceed with the plan to tame UDA. Jubilee accuses UDA party members of trying to sabotage and fight Jubilee.
Raphael Tuju, the Jubilee Secretary-General, acknowledged that they would face legal hurdles in their attempt to cut links with UDA.
The National Management Committee (NMC) disagreed on the best way to revoke the coalition agreement between Jubilee and UDA. This development comes barely two weeks after Raphael Tuju wrote to the Registrar of Political Parties asking to dissolve Jubilee’s coalition agreement with UDA.
“Yes, we met as NMC members. However, I am not in a position to talk about what we discussed,” Tuju said.
“We will have another meeting on Tuesday, 4th May, and then we shall give a brief,” he added.
Insiders in Jubilee have revealed that the party is consulting with lawyers on the way forward. Jubilee is trying to avoid litigation. Therefore, they want to deal with any possible loophole in the party’s constitution.