Garissa Town MP Aden Duale has described the ruling party Jubilee as a ‘shell party’ following its current wrangles.
The former Majority Leader in the National Assembly said that the party is no longer following its initial objectives.
“It’s very unfortunate that today that party is a shell. Let me be very candid, it’s a shell. It doesn’t believe in its constitution, it doesn’t believe in its manifesto, it has not done elections since it was formed,” Duale said.
The MP during an interview aired on Sunday on ‘The hot seat’ YouTube channel hosted by Jacque Maribe.
Duale has said that Jubilee has not held about four Parliamentary Group Meetings chaired by the president.
The MP said that the problems facing the party started between the party leader President Uhuru Kenyatta and his DP William Ruto.
He added that it is unfortunate that the party has not lived to its expectation, adding that he was against the idea to merge the United Republican Party with The National Alliance to form Jubilee.
“With the current status, I can tell you that I was convinced to, but to the dissolution of URP and the other parties is the action I regret today,” he said.