Kibaki used, dumped me after victory, Martha Karua claims

By Joel Muinde On Sun, 11 Aug, 2019 16:03 | < 1 min read
Martha Karua
Narc Kenya Party leader Martha Karua on the Punchline set with presenter Anne Kiguta. The show airs on Sunday, August 11, 2019 at 9pm. PHOTO | MEDIAMAX NETWORK LTD
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    On Sunday’s Punchline, Ms Karua reveals blow-by-blow account of the alleged massive rigging that she says the Jubilee Party undertook to lock her out of the Kirinyaga governor’s seat.

Narc-Kenya Party leader Martha Karua has dramatically claimed that President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Jubilee Party rigged at every level of the 2017 General Election.

Ms Karua also said that her battle with Kirinyaga Governor Anne Mumbi Kamotho, popularly known as Anne Waiguru, is far from over as she prepares to pursue criminal proceedings against lawyers and a judge in the case.

On Sunday, speaking exclusively to Anne Kiguta on K24’s Punchline, Ms Karua makes explosive revelations on how former president Mwai Kibaki used her to defend his controversial 2007 election only to isolate her after securing his win.

Ms Karua also blows the lid open on alleged massive rigging and corruption within Jubilee Party which forced her to tell President Kenyatta that she wouldn’t consider joining his government.

In an interview that will air at 9 pm on Sunday, Ms Karua gives a blow-by-blow account of the alleged massive rigging that she says the Jubilee Party undertook to lock her out of the Kirinyaga governor’s seat and that also took place countrywide.

In a bare-knuckle take down, Ms Karua puts Ms Waiguru on notice, saying she is no match for her in the battle to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta as the leader of the Mt Kenya region in 2022.

Ensure to watch Punchline on Sunday at 9 pm for the explosive revelations Ms Karua unpacks.

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