Jubilee Party denies summoning leaders over chaos

Jubilee Party has denied summoning four of its members for disciplinary action over chaos that have rocked the party recently.

Nairobi Senator Mike Sonko, Murang’a Governor Mwangi wa Iria, his Kirinyaga counterpart Joseph Ndathi and Nakuru East MP David Gikaria were the supposedly summoned members.

Speaking to the Nation on Monday, Albert Memusi — Jubilee Party head of communication — said that he was not aware of any summons by the party.

He said that what he could confirm was that the disciplinary committee was having a meeting to deliberate on the chaos that have recently rocked the party.

Earlier, a statement from the party had indicated the four leaders were to face the party’s disciplinary committee.

However, Mr Memusi, later said that the committee was looking into the evidence presented by the complainants before it makes a decision.

“The party can’t make a decision to summon people just based on what has been published but it will have to look at the evidence presented before doing the summons,” he said.

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