Jubilee Party Distances Itself From Petition Seeking Maraga’s Removal From Office

Jubilee Party Secretary General, Raphael Tuju. / COURTESY

Jubilee Party has denied having a hand in the petition filed by Nyeri town Mp, Ngunjiri Wambugu seeking the removal from office of the Chief Justice David Maraga.

Wambugu criticized the CJ saying that he was wrong for annulling the August 8 presidential election without going through all the evidence presented before him.

The party’s Secretary General, Raphael Tuju has confirmed that neither the party nor the President had directed the filing of the petition, but was an individual’s move.

“I have seen the petition online but it is not a Jubilee Party is an individual’s action,” he said. “…I have just seen it but I have not read it to the end.”

A section of Kenyans are of the opinion that the petition against the CJ was ‘political terrorism.’

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