Deputy President William Ruto has spoken out about the current situation in Jubilee, where analysts have cited disunity between him and President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Ruto said he had heard many talking about the fallout of Jubilee after elections but he insisted Jubilee is there to stay as it still has many roles to fulfill.
“Jubilee was not formed to win elections or to give me leadership but to bring peace, unite Kenyans, and end tribal politics,” said Ruto.
“The party’s agenda is to eliminate the politics of ethnicity and hate irrespective of who becomes the leader,” said Ruto.
Jubilee has been in turmoil for a while now with the formation of two factions, which is ‘Tangatanga’ that supports DP Ruto’s 2022 presidential bid and ‘Kieleweke’ which supports the handshake between Uhuru and former Prime Minister Ruto.