New details have emerged that the Deputy President William Ruto might consider exciting the ruling Jubilee Party should the ongoing mistreatment in the party continue.
DP Ruto’s alleged move to quit Jubilee comes when Kieleweke outfit allied to President Uhuru Kenyatta seems to have embarked on a mission to harass the second in command’s camp, with the head of State seeming to be distancing himself from his deputy.
According to DP Ruto allies, the mistreatment in the ruling party is getting out of hand, stating that they are not for the exit option, but will have no option to quit should their attempts to get fair treatment in the party fails.
Speaking on Monday 15 June, Keiyo South Member of Parliament Daniel Rono revealed that Ruto and allies could move out to avoid the unending wrangles in the party, which are toxic for the Deputy President’s 2022 race to Statehouse ambitions.
Kimilili Member of Parliament Didmus Barasa also echoed the same further revealing that DP Ruto has started consultations with his lawyers and strategists on how to solve the issue, adding that should the DP be denied the Jubilee tickets in 2022, they will have no choice but quit.
Belgut Member of Parliament Nelson Koech who is also allied to DP Ruto said that they will move out if their stay in the ruling party becomes too unbearable.