BY OLIVIA MUNGWANA
Murang’a Woman Rep Sabina Chege yesterday denied ditching Jubilee Party, despite speculations that she has joined Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria’s Chama Cha Kazi party and others saying she has decamped to United Democratic Alliance.
Speaking at Michuki Technical Training Institute in Murang’a, Chege noted that some people were peddling propaganda about her next political move. She said she will soon announce the party she will use to seek elective position in the next General Election. She admitted that there are issues within the ruling party and called on the party’s leadership to put its house in order.
“I am still a member of the Jubilee party and strongly support Azimio. We want to tell the leadership of Jubilee to put its house in order so that we know the future of the party. If the party will not revamp, then we can use other parties or even vie as an independent candidate,” she said.
Chege who has shown interest in vying for Murang’a governor seat said she is yet to declare her stand.