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Jubilee has already panicked- Matungulu MP

Mule who was speaking when he addressed the press at his home pointed out that the directive by Jubilee to deploy chiefs, assistant chiefs and headmen to campaign is a clear indication they have panicked and also noted it was against the law because they are civil servants.

By Oscar NdundaTuesday, 25 Jul 2017 18:06 EAT

Matungulu MP Stephen Mule in a press briefing at his home.

Matungulu Member of Parliament Stephen Mule has claimed that Jubilee has already panicked and sensed defeat and is trying all ways to rig the elections.

 Mule who was speaking when he addressed the press at his home pointed out that the directive by Jubilee to deploy chiefs, assistant chiefs and headmen to campaign is a clear indication they have panicked and also noted it was against the law because they are civil servants.

"Jubilee Party has sensed defeat and they are in a panic mode. They are trying every move to rig the elections and this is very evident by the latest directive to chiefs, their assistants and headmen to campaign for them, which is against the law as they are civil servants and should not be in politics," said  Mule.

He hit out at the acting CS Internal Security Fred Matiang'i's directive arguing that it is contrary to voting laws and told him to stop threatening the NASA coalition because every party has the mandate to have agents at polling stations.

"I want to tell CS Matiang'i, stop threatening us as NASA not to have agents at polling stations. This is contrary to voting laws because every party has the right to have agents at polling stations," he added.

 Mule further claimed that President Uhuru skipped the Presidential Debate because he does not have any agenda for the country.

"President Uhuru does not have any agenda for the nation that is why he skipped the Presidential Debate on Monday because he knew that he could be accountable to Kenyans," he added.

 Mule rubbished claims that money for elderly will stop once Jubilee government is out of power arguing that the elderly will continue to receive money because it was passed by the 10th Parliament.

The writer is the news editor of the Kenya Free Press





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