Jubilee primaries will go on as scheduled, Tuju

Jubilee Party secretary general Raphael Tuju addressing the press PHOTO COURTESY

Nairobi,KENYA:Jubilee party secretary general Raphael Tuju insists that the party nominations will proceed as scheduled despite  the delays.Speaking at a briefing at the Jubilee party headquarters in Nairobi, Tuju said that the exercise would go on as planned.

‘Voters should adhere by the parties preparations and directives in process’ Tuju said.

Tuju also added that the party had prepared itself  in terms of provision of election materials including standby choppers which would  be used in case of  emergencies.

He also warned aspirants and returning officers against spreading statement that the nominations might be cancelled.

‘No aspirants or election officer can cancel the nominations without informing the National office the process will go on as scheduled’he said.

On the other hand, Nandi hills mp Alfred Keter had throwing blamed  the staff at the  deputy president’s office staffs for the delays.

Confusion and delays were experienced in parts of Kiambu,Meru, Kirinyaga and Uasin Ngishu counties.

Earlier on the president has assured of free and fair nominations and warned aspirants intending to cause chaos that the party would deal with them.