Jamleck: Party primaries can’t be trusted
Murang’a County governor aspirant Jamleck Kamau has said he is not ready to participate in party primaries, citing lack of transparency.
Kamau said he will soon unveil the party he will use to ensure he remains on the ballot in the August 9 General Election.
He observed that in the last elections, almost all political party primaries were shambolic.
Speaking at Kangari, the former Kigumo MP claimed the 2017 Jubilee Party primaries were not free and fair which denied him a chance to run for governor.
He said he was a victim of the 2017 botched Jubilee primaries and was not ready to repeat the same mistakes.
“The party primaries were shambolic not only in the Jubilee Party, but also in other parties across the country. Even those currently promising to conduct free and fair nominations are liars,” he said.