Deputy President William Ruto has said the claims that Jubilee is divided are being perpetuated by tribal chiefs who are used to engaging in the politics of division. He said the false prophets were after distracting and fixing Jubilee in a trap. Addressing the people of Narok South Constituency during an interdenominational prayer on Sunday, Ruto said Jubilee was not formed to win elections but to better the lives of Kenyans.
Meanwhile, majority Leader in the National Assembly Aden Duale has dismissed rumours that the Jubilee party has split as reported in a section of the media. Duale has also maintained that there are no internal wrangles within the party leadership. Speaking after disbursing bursary funds amounting to 23 million shillings at Garissa High School, Duale said the coalition is more united after the last general election. He said the party has the highest elected leaders in the national assembly, senate and County assemblies. The Garissa Township MP was responding to claims of internal turmoil within the party over Deputy President’s bid for 2022 elections. Duale said the jubilee leadership is working to unite the country and implement the big four agenda.