Jubilee party led by President Uhuru no longer embraces its slogan of tuko pamoja like it was 4 years ago. Jubilee has lately found itself on the receiving end after members allied to Deputy party leader William Ruto started blaming its Vice-Chair David Murathe for unfair treatment among its members.
David Murathe 3 months ago revealed what he had achieved being the party vice-chairman after all top Ruto allies were axed from lucrative positions in parliament after UhuRuto political marriage came to jeopardy.
Murathe would conclude by revealing his major assignments to Kenyans. After kicking Ruto allies out of powerful positions, Murathe next mission was to lock William Ruto and his allies from accessing the mountain[Central Kenya] and stopping them from dividing the votes come 2022.
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