Jubilee party is intact, maintains DP Ruto

Deputy President William Ruto maintains that the ruling Jubilee party is intact despite the ongoing political wrangles.

Ruto downplayed chances of the ruling party splitting ahead of the 2022 general elections.

The Deputy President Dr. William Ruto was on a meet the people tour in Njoro, Nakuru county an area where the jubilee party enjoys fanatical following based on the past general elections.

He said Jubilee Party was not formed by chance but founded to unite and transform Kenya.

“Unlike other political outfits, Jubilee was founded to unite and transform Kenya, and no one can dare interfere with this plan. Jubilee will continue bringing Kenyans together besides empowering them,” said Dr Ruto.

The DP also commissioned the upgrading to bitumen standard the 25-kilometre Miti Mingi-Bagaria-Naishi-Store Mbili Road.

The project is expected to cost Sh1.3 billion and it will be completed in October 2019.

He was accompanied by a host of leaders, among them Governors Ferdinand Waititu (Kiambu), Joyce Laboso (Bomet), Senators Susan Kihika (Nakuru), Kipchumba Murkomen (Elgeyo Marakwet) and MPs Charity Kathambi (Njoro), Mishra Kiprop (Kesses), Kareke Mbiuki (Maara), Kimani Ngunjiri (Bahati) and David Gikaria (Nakuru Town East).

Others were Liza Chelule (Women Rep, Nakuru), Florence Bore (Women Rep, Kericho), Joseph Tonui (Kuresoi South), Aisha Jumwa (Malindi), Joyce Korir (Woman Rep, Bomet) and Hillary Kosgei (Kipkelion West).

The MPs’ committed to remain behind his 2022 presidential bid.

Their remarks came amid reservations by a section of the ruling party on Deputy President’s suitability to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta.


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