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Lamu Governor Issa Timamy says that he has not quit the Amani National Coalition (ANC) and says that he is yet to decide where to go to come the 2017 elections. According to News 24 , The governor admits that he has in the past stated that he is willing to leave the ANC but that it has not happened.
Governor Timamy was present together with 40 leaders who joined the Jubilee Party over the weekend.He says that at the moment he is simply concentrating on building his Lamu county.
“I have not made any political move and I will not be making any soon,” he stated. According to the governor, he is still not in any position to give details of what comes next. “Politics will begin in 2017 but in 2016, we are thinking of improving the lives of the day to day people,” he added.
Lamu MP Athman Shariff has already stated that he will join the Jubilee Party ahead of the 2017 polls.