The cold war in Jubilee rulling party is still escalating as Jubilee official release new schemes to do away with deputy President William Ruto and his allies completely from the party.
The rulling party officials have asserted that only those who are loyal to president Uhuru Kenyatta will survive the whipe that is coming in few days. However, the Party's deputy secretary general Joshua Kutuny has reveled hidden authority he can use to destroy the UDA campaigns.
Speaking in a video, Kutuny has said UDA Lawmakers should not take advantage of President Uhuru's silence to spread propaganda of how they know politics.
He however alleged that should the head of state decide to campaign, no one can beat however he will be campaigning for, it is just that he wants people to choose who suits them.
"Uhuru hajashindwa kujipima nguvu, na wakati Uhuru atajitoa apimane nguvu na wanaume, wengi watajua kwa nini punda hajamea pembe," Kutuny has said.
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