Jubilee party divisions among officials in Mombasa widened today after a section of leaders disowned a press statement issued yesterday by their counterparts led by Chairman Matano ChengoSpeaking in Mombasa, the group led by deputy chairperson Ali Sudi said that Chengo spoke for himself and did not involve other officials in issuing the statement in which he condemned booing of former governor candidate Suleiman Shahbal. The group did not however condemn the incident that played infront of deputy president William Ruto, saying booing is part of politics. Later, another group of about 30 Jubilee MCA aspirants who lost during elections repeated their allegations that Shahbal bungled campaigns for the presidency leading up to the August 8 election. They claim Shahbal only put up pictures and posters of himself, dismissing claims that he gave them vehicles for campaigns.
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