Legislators allied to the ruling Jubilee party may be a worried lot due to deputy President William Ruto's growing influence in central Kenya and across the country to a point that they have reportedly requested for serious funding from the party's coffers to frustrate DP Ruto accordingly.
In declassified revelations by United Democratic Alliance political strategist Dennis Itumbi, through his self formed Hustler Nation Intelligence Bureau, the Jubilee allied legislators who have been surviving on a meagre stipend of twenty thousand shillings to push party activities are now demanding the amount to be doubled five times to 100,000.
According to Itumbi, Nyeri Town MP Ngunjiri Wambugu is the man who has been tasked to push the proposal to the party secretariat which is led by Nancy Gitau.
Apart from that, the legislators have too demand for Kenya Shillings 300,000 funding per constituency. This money is alleged to be defence fund against deputy President William Ruto's onslaught anytime he shows up in the jurisdictions.
The plan for the money is to allegedly hire their supporters to attend DPs rallies and to either boo and shout him down or cheer on Jubilee.
The purpose of that funding if accepted, will be tested during Ruto's visit to Jeremiah Kioni's Ndaragwa Constituency.
Densely populated areas like Nairobi will allegedly received upto 500,000 shillings for the same task.
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