By TCD TEAM
In a surprising turn of events, the JUBILEE Internal Dispute Resolution Committee has quashed the NEC meeting by Jeremia Kioni today, after the party was recognized as a parliamentary political party in Parliament by the Speaker.
Kitui South Member of Parliament, Hon. Dr. Racheal Nyamai has congratulated hon Sabina Chege upon her new appointment. This development comes as the party is recognized as a Parliamentary Party by the Speaker of the National Assembly, Moses Masika Wetang’ula, E.G.H, MP.
For many observers of Kenyan politics, this marks a significant moment in the turbulent journey of the Jubilee Party.
Mp Racheal Nyamai’s message of congratulations also includes a clear call to Speaker Wetang’ula to ensure the protection of Jubilee Party members from harassment by members of the ODM.
“Yes, now we are a Parliamentary Party,” declares Mp Nyamai. Her statement underscores the importance of providing the Jubilee Party with the recognition and support it deserves within the political landscape. As the party strives to secure its fair share of leadership positions, it aims to ensure that the business conducted within the National Assembly remains unaffected by internal leadership conflicts.
These developments are indicative of a new beginning for the Jubilee Party, one that could potentially redefine the political landscape in Kenya. However, beneath the surface, there are clear signs of a political divorce, a parting of ways from the ODM, as alluded to by Mp Nyamai.
“It’s the beginning of the political divorce because of abusive forced political marriage,” she adds. Her words suggest that the relationship between the Jubilee Party and the ODM may have soured over time, leading to a separation.
Nyamai’s reference to the absence of a “marriage certificate” implies that there might have been a lack of cohesion or formal agreement between the two parties from the beginning.
The recognition of the Jubilee Party as a Parliamentary Party signifies a new chapter in Kenyan politics. It remains to be seen how this will affect the dynamics of the National Assembly and the broader political landscape.
As the Jubilee Party charts its path forward, it will need to navigate the challenges of leadership wrangles, as well as the looming specter of a political divorce with the ODM.
The political landscape in Kenya is undoubtedly in flux, and the Jubilee Party’s newfound status as a Parliamentary Party may well be the catalyst for further changes and developments in the coming months.
With Mp Racheal Nyamai’s words echoing in the halls of the National Assembly, the Jubilee Party’s journey continues, and its role in the political future of Kenya remains a topic of great interest and speculation.