Jubilee is a party of gentlemen who keep their word, DP Ruto

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Deputy President William Ruto has asked leaders to shun politics of deceit, betrayal and conman ship. Speaking in Kakuma Town in Turkana County on Sunday where he attended an interdenominational church service and funds drive in aid of over 30 churches in the region. The Deputy President warned leaders to keep off Jubilee affairs, saying Jubilee was a party of gentlemen who always keep their word and is committed to fulfilling its promises to Kenyans. He said the Jubilee administration will work with all leaders to confront the changes faced by Kenyans. He was accompanied by Petroleum and Mining Cabinet Secretary John Munyes, Narok Governor Josphat Nanok, MPs Daniel Nanok (Turkana West), James Lomenen (Turkana South), Malachy Ekal (Turkana County), Geoffrey Omuse (Teso South) and Patrick Munene (Igambe Ngombe). Elsewhere, a section of Jubilee leaders are accusing Opposition leader Raila Odinga for fueling disunity within the party with his constants attacks on Deputy President William Ruto. The leaders Led by Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua and his Bahati counterpart Kimani Ngunjiri further accused the Kieleweke faction of jubilee party of working with the ODM leader in destroying their party. They specifically took issue with Odinga recent sentiments to the fact that the pre-election agreement between Uhuru and Ruto cannot be used to hold Kenyans at ransom asking him to keep off Jubilee matters. On house allowance for the MPs, the two leaders said it was discriminatory for them not to be granted the crucial funds when all state officers had been given the allowances.

Deputy President William Ruto has asked leaders to shun politics of deceit, betrayal and conmanship.

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Speaking in Kakuma Town in Turkana County on Sunday where he attended an interdenominational church service and funds drive in aid of over 30 churches in the region.

The Deputy President warned leaders to keep off Jubilee affairs, saying Jubilee was a party of gentlemen who always keep their word and is committed to fulfilling its promises to Kenyans.

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He said the Jubilee administration will work with all leaders to confront the changes faced by Kenyans.

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He was accompanied by Petroleum and Mining Cabinet Secretary John Munyes, Narok Governor Josphat Nanok, MPs Daniel Nanok (Turkana West), James Lomenen (Turkana South), Malachy Ekal (Turkana County), Geoffrey Omuse (Teso South) and Patrick Munene (Igambe Ngombe).

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Elsewhere, a section of Jubilee leaders is accusing Opposition leader Raila Odinga of fueling disunity within the party with his constants attacks on Deputy President William Ruto.

The leaders Led by Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua and his Bahati counterpart Kimani Ngunjiri further accused the Kieleweke faction of jubilee party of working with the ODM leader in destroying their party.

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They specifically took issue with Odinga recent sentiments to the fact that the pre-election agreement between Uhuru and Ruto cannot be used to hold Kenyans at ransom asking him to keep off Jubilee matters.

On house allowance for the MPs, the two leaders said it was discriminatory for them not to be granted the crucial funds when all state officers had been given the allowances.

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