Jubilee Deputy Organising Secretary General Pauline Njoroge has exposed the Registrar of Political Parties Anne Nderitu over the ouster of Jubilee Secretary General Jeremiah Kioni.
In a tweet, Njoroge detailed how she took on Nderitu head-on over a letter ratifying the expulsion of Kioni and Jubilee Vice-chair David Murathe.
"I faced the Registrar of Political Parties Ann Nderitu and asked her when she sent the letter recognizing the expulsion of Kioni and Murathe from Jubilee Party," she said.
"She insisted the letter had been sent on 19th May 2023 via email. I told her that was a lie! I even asked her secretary to show me her email’s sent items so that I can confirm that the email was actually sent out on the said date. She declined."
According to Njoroge, Nderitu maintained that she recognised Kioni's expulsion on Friday but she did not get the time to submit the letter to him.
She went on to tell Njoroge that the order issued by the tribunal staying the expulsion of Kioni had been overcome by the event.
"Madam Ann Nderitu, digital footprints do not lie! As I told you yesterday, the letter expelling Kioni and Murathe was backdated, to beat the court order! You only sent that letter to Kioni on Monday, 22nd May 2023 at 7:04 pm! The court order had been given on 22nd May 2023 at 16:29," she said.
"Why were you sending emails at night? If indeed the letter was written on 19th May, why was Kioni served on the night of 22nd May, after the court order and after the NDC which he conducted as the Secretary-General on record? Really waiting to see how you defend these cooked documents, madam registrar."
Njoroge shared a screenshot showing the exact time the email was received by Kioni over his alleged expulsion.