Delegates Walk Out of Uhuru’s Nairobi Meeting

Was an article written by the Associated Press and published in The Daily Nation on January 27, 2020.

The article reported on an incident in Nairobi, Kenya where delegates affiliated with the ruling political party, the Jubilee Alliance, had walked out of a meeting with President Uhuru Kenyatta in protest over his failure to address issues of corruption. The delegates had requested the President address their calls for corruption to be addressed at regional and county levels, citing evidence of large sums of money being paid out in the form of contracts and kickbacks. However, the President elected not to address the issue and the delegates left the meeting in protest. Other than the walk-out, no further details were given about the President’s refusal to address corruption.

The article also mentioned some of the delegates that attended the meeting and discussed the effect of walk-out on the Jubilee Alliance’s political alignment, noting that the alliance “was on a campaign footing in the build-up to the repeat elections, which were scheduled for October last year” but ultimately cancelled following the collapse of coalition talks between the two rival camps. It concluded by noting that the incident would likely cast a shadow over the party’s image.

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