David Murathe, the Vice-Chairman of the Jubilee Party, has revealed that Deputy President William Ruto will live to regret his decision to undermine his boss, President Uhuru Kenyatta, in the Mt Kenya region.
Ruto has been crisscrossing Mt Kenya since 2018, and according to Murathe, he has poisoned residents who oppose President Uhuru Kenyatta's leadership.
Murathe, speaking to a local publication, stated that the Jubilee Party intends to clean house by expelling all Tanga Tanga sympathizers from Mt Kenya from the ruling party.
Murathe, a former Gatanga MP, stated that after evicting Ruto's supporters, the next step will be to "chase them out and introduce new partners."
He concluded by saying that the Mt Kenya region has more than 6 million votes and must be controlled by someone the President trusts.
‘Mt Kenya is one of our strongholds, and we are now approaching the point where we can introduce our partners there.
"We cannot allow an outsider to rule over our ancestral home," Murathe stated.
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