Narok North MP Moitalel Ole Kenta has dismissed Jubilee Alliance Party (JAP) saying it was formed without consultation by leaders of the jubilee regime in their current individual parties.
Kenta has also said the Maa community will not join JAP which they have no stake in, claiming it is being managed by political rejects. JAP is increasingly being associated with Central Kenya.
“We cannot be herded around like sheep. We read mischief in the hurried manner in which the party was formed and we cannot join it because there were no structured consultations before it was formed,” said Kenta.
Kenta further urged the Maa community to elect Elija Memusi (ODM candidate), saying he is not a stooge of anyone.
Meanwhile, CORD MPs are expected to hold a series of rallies today in the constituency to drum up support for Memusi.
President Uhuru is also expected in the constituency accompanied by cabinet secretary Joseph Nkaissery and several JAP leaders to campaign for Patrick Tutui.
The absence of President Uhuru had cost a slum in the support of the JAP candidate as observers agree the Deputy President has not delivered the magic associated with political incumbency. Ruto has been in the region where he has come face to face with silent rejection by the people who have failed to attend his rallies.