Jonathan Mueke resigns from Wiper Party

A past photo of Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka and Nairobi Deputy Governor Jonathan Mueke. Mueke has resigned from the Wiper Party. (Photo - Mauvoo/File)

Former Nairobi Deputy Governor Jonathan Mwangangi Mueke has resigned from the Kalonzo Musyoka led Wiper Party. This is according to a letter seen by Mauvoo news dated 4th September addressed to the Wiper Secretary-General.

Mueke in the letter thanks Wiper for granting him the opportunity to be their flag bearer when he ran for Westlands constituency parliamentary seat in 2007 as well as Nominating him twice to be Nairobi’s deputy Governor in 2013 and 2017.

“With Kenya’s evolving political landscape, coupled with the kind of change required to bring the promise of a better tomorrow for our youthful population, i find myself at the point where i must pursue a different political path than wiper currently represents.” Mueke in the resignation letter says.

“It is for this reason that i hereby tender my resignation, with immediate effect, from the wiper Democratic Movement’s National Executive Council as well as relinquish my platinum membership in the party.” Mueke adds.

Mueke was in 2015 appointed to the summit, the party’s highest decision organ and he opened Nairobi’s first Wiper branch office while taking part in massive grass root membership registration.

“By copy of this letter, i request the office of the Registrar of Political Parties (ORPP) to immediately delete my name from the member list of Wiper Democractic Movement – Kenya.” The letter ends by saying.

The resignation Letter


Mueke’s resignation comes just days after ODM removed Hospital Ward MCA Patrick Musili Mbangula from the minority leadership.

Former Machakos Senator Johnson Muthama told ODM Party leader Raila Odinga to respect the Kamba community and their leaders who are holding different positions as they supported him for two terms.

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