Deputy President William Ruto. Courtesy
Deputy President William Ruto has final breaks his silence on ongoing coalition talk between ruling Jubilee party and 2017 political rivals Orange Democratic Movement of Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga as 2022 politics take shape.
Speaking in late night Interview in one of TV station, the Jubilee Deputy Party leader blasted the party leadership under SG Rafael Tuju and Vice Chairman David Murathe for conducting coalition talk without consulting the party insiders.
Deputy President Interview at Karen residence. Courtesy
According to him ODM -Jubilee is going to be the most tragic thing that can never happen in Kenyan politics as far Presidential race is concerned on grounds their was no proper information for all the ruling party subscribers.
"Tuju and Murathe has decided to go and merge ODM and Jubilee that to me is most tragic thing that can never happen because, how do you take a party with over 200 elected members without references. They deserve to be informed." He said.
The DP remarks comes in days after he publicly declare his affiliation to Hustler Nation party United Democratic Alliance (UDA)while at West Pokot tour as the vehicle to race for the top political seat soon his boss, President Kenyatta retires.
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