Jubilee vice-chairman David Murathe has revealed a plan by the ruling party to kick out deputy secretary-general Caleb Kositany.
Speaking to KTN News on Thursday, February 25, Murathe said the outfit would hold a national management committee on Monday, March 1, that will see the Deputy President William Ruto ally removed from his position.
“The Kenyan Constitution says that if you appear to propagate the interests of another party you are deemed to have left the party. There will be a national management committee on Monday, March 1, and I am putting Caleb on notice that we are going to kick him out of Jubilee,” Murathe said.
Murathe accused Kositany of decamping to and campaigning for United Democratic Alliance (UDA) candidates against the party position.
“You (Kositany) has said you are publicly campaigning for a UDA candidate. So why don’t you leave Jubilee in peace? ” he posed.
However, the Soy MP in his defence wondered why Murathe himself was not disciplined, yet he campaigned for an ODM candidate in the Kibra by-election.
“Do not bring me those kind of threats…I am not that type…you were in Kibra campaigning for an ODM candidate so don’t talk,” Kositany argued.