David Murathe resigns as Vice-chairman of the Jubilee party for the fifth time. Kenyans hoping that president Uhuru Kenyatta will accept his resignation this time round.
On a post seen trending on Twitter, Murathe posted as I quote “I’m now a free man. I have quit my position so that I can have enough time to move to court and block William Ruto from ascending to presidency. We shall not handover power to a thief. We can’t.” ~ David Murathe
After chest thumping, “We will kick them out of Jubilee party” David Murathe tenders resignation letter as Jubilee vice-chair. This comes after his security was withdrawn and chased from State house, days after Jubilee Party lost in by-elections. Power is temporary
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