After the fall if the Building Bridges Initiative -BBI at the hands of the Court of Appeal judges who upheld the ruling that it was null and void, one of the Jubilee Party Member of Parliament has advised president Uhuru Kenyatta to crack the whip on those who are not royal to him.
Speaking in a recent address, Tiaty Constituency Member of Parliament Hon. William Kamket advised the president against those that are opposing the progress of the party, where he claimed that those supporting the president and his political dealings are many.
"We cannot go to war with people shooting us from the back. We have enough foot soldiers who are loyal to the President. He should crack the whip and do so immediately," Tiaty MP William Kamket commented.
This comes at a time when the ruling party is polarized into two, one side supporting the president while the other showing their allegiance to the deputy president. In one of the president Uhuru's media address, the differences with the deputy president were seen, when he asked his deputy to resign if he is feeling uncomfortable with how the government is being run.
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