Handshake ruined Jubilee, Ruto says in his coast region tour
By Kenbens | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 416 views
Deputy president William Ruto, has pointed an accusing finger to the former prime minister, Raila as the root cause of Jubilee party's internal troubles.
Ruto who was speaking in Lunga Lunga Kwale county today, says that the genesis of jubilee party differences, is the popular truce between president Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga, popularly know as "handshake"
Ruto says the main agenda that Raila had when he came to Jubilee was to make sure that he creates differences amongst the Jubilee members, a task he has succeeded in doing.
"Raila's main agenda was to ensure that he brings division in our party. This is exactly what he has done. He has made sure, he changes the leadership of key positions in both the Senate and the parliament which eventually has brought lift in Jubilee." Ruto said.
Ruto who is in a tour to the coast region, will be having a series of meetings in Mombasa county this weekend.
Together with members of parliament who supports him in the coast region, he will be looking to popularise his hustler narrative, and to woo the coast voters in his quest to take top leadership of this country.
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