Kenyans have questioned the re birth of Deputy President William Ruto’s United Republican Party (URP) after youths in Kiambaa constituency graced the parties colour during his visit.
Sometimes in 2016, URP adopted a decision to dissolve and merge with other political parties to form the Jubilee Party.
Over the weekend, DP Ruto attended a church service at St Martin Catholic Church Karuri, Kiambaa, Kiambu County.
DP Ruto was flanked by Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu who also had abort boarding the aircraft and joined the DP in addressing the locals.
In his address, Ruto assured his supporters that he was keen of delivering on President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Big Four agenda.
He dismissed reports that splits had emerged in Jubilee Party and termed the reports as misleading. “There are those people who used to say that Uhuru is a bad man.
They even wanted him to be jailed. Fortunately, they have received salvation and they now say Uhuru is a very good person. Let them not rush.
They should tread softly and allow us to school them on how development oriented politics are run,” Ruto said in his short address.
This comes amid threats from some ODM legislators who have vowed to send the DP home by presenting an impeachment motion in parliament.