Nairobi county senator Johnson Sakaja has come out strongly to share his piece of mind on what is really happening inside the ruling Jubilee Party that has led to the fallout between the two national leaders and their allies.
According to Sakaja, Jubilee Party leaders are using a lot of force to bulldoze their way on critical issues without adequate consultations saying that the party should allow discussions and consensus building instead of the current approach.
Sakaja who was speaking to citizen radio this morning mentioned three jubilee party leaders who are responsible for the separation between President and his deputy. He mentioned Jubilee vice chairman David Murathe, Secretary General Raphael Tuju and jubilee party chairman Nelson Dzuya.These leaders have not been giving deputy president William Ruta a listening ear on part affairs. But Ruto have been working tirelessly to have an option. He is trying to strengthen United Democratic Party that he will use incase he will not succeed in getting jubilee ticket.
The succession politics have become critical as both parties are eyeing for the president Uhuru's support.
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