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Group threatens to take over Nakuru Jubilee party offices


A group of Jubilee party members in Nakuru County has threatened to forcibly take over the running of the county office in the next two weeks.

The group, led by political activist Abdul Noor has given the current leadership a two-week ultimatum to hand over the office or face eviction.

Speaking outside the party offices, Noor accused the current county party leadership of neglecting its duties and abandoning the office.

He claimed that party members are unable to access party services as the offices have remained closed since the last general election.

Noor also challenged the leadership to come out clean on the use of funds allocated to it by Jubilee headquarters.

However, in a rejoinder, Nakuru county Jubilee party chairman David Manyara dismissed the group as busybodies and challenged them to seek leadership through the laid down procedures.

Manyara noted that the county office does not receive any funds from the headquarters and that he is forced to use his personal funds to pay the caretaker.

He added that the office, located in the leafy Milimani suburb, is unable to pay its monthly rent and is in arrears of KES 800,000.

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