By OUR REPORTER
Former Mombasa Senator Hon Hassan Omar has tendered his resignation letter as Wiper Party’s Secretary-General.
In letter seen by wakajuaness.com and addressed to Wiper leader and NASA co-principal Hon Stephene Musyoka, Mr Omar made it clear that he will not be supporting Hon Raila Odinga’s presidency in the October 17 election.
“I wish to tender my resignation as Secretary-General of Wiper Party from with effect from the date of this communication,” read the letter dated 6th of September 2017 and stamped as ‘received’.
“I also wish to thank you and the entire Wiper Party for your support.”
Though he doesn’t cite his exact destination, sources close to him have told this writer that Hon Omar has joined President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Jubilee Party.
The former Human Rights commissioner ditched his Senatorial seat to vie for the Mombasa gubernatorial seat on a Wiper ticket but came a distant third with 43,787 votes against his ODM’s namesake Ali Hassan Joho who garnered 221,117 votes. Jubilee’s Suleiman Shabal came second with 69,515 votes.
With the outspoken laywer now out of any elective office, Jubilee becomes his next destination in the upcoming election that were ordered by Kenya’s Supreme Court.
This was after NASA leader won a petition against President Uhuru Kenyatta’s re-election that was declared by the electoral body IEBC.
Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka is yet to commented on the resignation letter.