"Get Out Slowly, We Can't Breathe," Murathe Tells Jubilee Party Rebels as he Compares Them to Samson
By Reliable_News | self meida writer
Published 18 days ago - 2 views
Jubilee Party Vice chairperson David Murathe has asked the party rebels who are associating themselves with the United Democratic Alliance UDA party to quit.
Speaking on Citizen TV on the News Night Show, Murathe claimed that the members allied to the Tanga Tanga Wing are playing messy 'divorce proceedings' by shooting from both sides of their mouths by supporting a different political formation when they are yet in Jubilee party.
"They said if they decide to come out, they will do so taking way the roofing sheets, the furniture, the nails, they should get out slowly, we can't breathe.." Murathe posed.
He went on to compare the UDA supporters to the Biblical Samson who after gaining his strength decided to go down with the whole temple killing everyone in it.
"They are applying the Samson option, they want to go down with everybody, they have decided to 'kill' everyone in the Jubilee party.." he added.
His remarks comes at a time when the political differences between Jubilee party members supporting President Kenyatta, and his Deputy William Ruto have been pointing fingers to each other including their principals.
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