Ruto asks opposition to keep off Jubilee Party affairs

Deputy President William Ruto has asked the Opposition to keep off the affairs of the Jubilee Party.

Ruto who was in Embu said it was wrong for outsiders to continue poking their noses in Jubilee affairs instead of concentrating on matters to do with their parties.

Speaking after launching the Kabachi Technical Training Institute and Runyenjes Technical Training Institute in Embu County on Saturday, Dr Ruto said the unity of the Jubilee Party was intact.

“I want to tell my friends who are waiting for the collapse of the Jubilee Party so that they can benefit that they better look for something else to do; our party is united and focused on its development agenda,” said Dr Ruto.

He added: “Do not interfere with our party plans. We have our Party Leader, who is President Uhuru Kenyatta. Jubilee has its own agenda for Kenyans and they should leave us alone.”

Deputy President William Ruto dismissed claims of rifts within the Jubilee Party.

Ruto has instead told off a section of Opposition politicians whom he said were hell-bent on driving a wedge between members of the ruling party.

Ruto alleged that Opposition leaders were praying hard for the collapse of Jubilee so as to achieve their selfish ends, something that will not happen.

The Deputy President who was on a development tour of Embu County said the government had set aside millions of shillings for earmarked projects in the county.

Meanwhile, the Deputy President has urged Savings and Credit Cooperative Societies to partner with the government in the implementation of Big Four’s housing project.

He said Saccos were the best mechanism of mobilizing local resources for investments.

“Saccos have the opportunity to co-invest with the Government in the Big Four agenda especially the housing,” said Dr Ruto.

The Deputy President spoke at Kiritini in Mbeere North where he officially opened Winners Sacco Plaza.

He also inspected the progress of the construction of the Kiritiri-Siakago road.


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