We are going for divorce, with them in the coming weeks, Jubilee did not have and coalition agreement with UDA. The original Party we were in agreement with was bought. In the coming week we are going for divorce with these people.
In the coming week we are going for a divorce with UDA, they are busy campaining and recruiting Members of their party. We never entered a coalition agreement with a different Party that was bought and changed to UDA," Revealed David Murathe.
Murathe went ahead the plan they have to make sure the Deputy President William Ruto does not clinch power in 2022. According to Murathe, these coalitions being formed to make sure William Ruto does not succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta. He said that the group again Ruto is huge and should not be underestimated.
"Ruto has managed to behave in such manner while he's number two, what about if he's given the chance to be number one. He cannot not be trusted with this country," said Murathe.
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