Ruto says Jubilee Party intact but cautions on tactics by opposition

Deputy President William Ruto has said Jubilee Party is intact but cautioned its members to be wary of tactics being employed by the opposition to scuttle their unity.

Dr Ruto asked Jubilee leaders to be firm in supporting the party’s development agenda and not allow individuals to scuttle the party’s plan.

Speaking at the Tabaka Mission Hospital in Kisii County on Friday, the Deputy President said Jubilee would not allow some individuals to take advantage of the handshake to scuttle its development agenda for the country.

“We will not accept those who want to hijack our development agenda to achieve their own selfish interests,” said Dr Ruto.

Present were MPs Silvanus Osore (South Mugirango), Alfa Miruka (Bomachoge Chache), Zadock Ogutu (Bomachoge Borabu), Shadrack Mose (Kitutu Masaba) and deputy governor Joash Maangi.

He said it was wrong for some leaders to claim that they were uniting Kenyans while on the other hand, they were segregating others.

“Some people really don’t believe in the unity and building this country. They claim to be uniting Kenyans yet they are segregating others, “said Dr Ruto.

“We will not allow Jubilee Party to be scuttled by anyone. How can you purport to bring people together while on the other hand you are causing confusion and chaos? asked Dr Ruto.

He said the Government would continue to focus on its development and unity agenda for the country.

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