Deputy President Dr William Ruto at a church service [Photo credits/Web]
Jubilee party is expected to have a meeting at the end of this month where they are expected to discuss the way forward concerning the party.
There are speculations that the deputy president and other affiliated leaders will be punished by the party.
The meeting comes at a time when the deputy president Dr William Ruto has formed his own political party.
United Democratic Alliance (UDA) has been at the forefront criticizing president Uhuru Kenyatta administration and the former prime minister Raila Odinga for disrupting the big four agenda.
Ruto accuses Raila Odinga for championing for the building Bridges intitiative instead of looking at the welfare of the poor Kenyans and the unemployed.
Jubilee leaders who come from Gusii region are pushing to have Dr Fred Matiang'i replace Ruto as the deputy party leader.
Some of the Gusii leaders include Transport Chief Administrative Secretary Chris Obure, Kitutu Chache North MP Jimmy Angwenyi, Nyamira Woman Rep Jerusha Momanyi, Nakuru Town West Samuel Arama and Albert Nyaundi, the chairman of the Jubilee Party National Advisory Council.
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