Jubilee’s rift does not seem to end anytime soon with the latest being the removal of Soy Member of Parliament Caleb Kositany as Jubilee’s Deputy Secretary General. A move Kositany has pledged to challenge in court.
With all these differences and members allied to the deputy president said to be targeted, the Chama cha Mashinani party leader Isaac Ruto has finally broke his silence on his decision to support the deputy president William Ruto.
According to Isaac, his move was pushed by the suffering and tribulations William Ruto was subjected to by the Jubilee party and the ODM leader Raila Odinga. The former governor went ahead revealing that they chose to unite and rival against the government after Jubilee launched a political onslaughter against the deputy president and he was not going to desert William Ruto.
In addition, the Chama cha Mashinani boss also accused President Uhuru Kenyatta for bringing Raila Odinga into the government through the handshake but ruling out William Ruto whom they have worked with together to win the presidency.
With the two deciding to burry their differences in a function held in Bomet a month ago, the deputy president and Isaac also decided to work together with Isaac pointing out that the reason behind it was because they share similar ideas.
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