Biwott’s National Vision party to back Uhuru in 2017

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image.png National Vision Party of Kenya (NVP) leader Nicholas Biwott  who was accused of killing former cabinet secretary for foreign affairs Robert Ouko said his party will work with Jubilee as its affiliate but will not dissolve. Mr. Biwott since the assassination of Robert Ouko has never been the same. PHOTO courtesy 

The National Vision Party of Kenya (NVP) will work with Jubilee as its affiliate but will not dissolve.

NVP leader Nicholas Biwott said his party supported the leadership offered by Jubilee.

He, however, said NVP will not be dissolved to join Jubilee Party, which President Uhuru Kenyatta plans to use to seek re-election in the 2017 polls.

“I have worked closely with President Uhuru Kenyatta while we were still members of the Kenya African National Union (Kanu) and that is why my party will be joining Jubilee as an affiliate party ahead of next year’s general elections,” said Mr…

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