Head continue to roll in the ruling Jubilee Party leaving the unity the party whose leader is the President Uhuru Kenyatta in jeopardy.
This follows remarks by the partys Vice Chairman David Murathe insisting that the party and the larger Mt Kenya region will not support the Deputy party leader Dr. William Ruto who is also the Deputy President in his bid for vying for the top seat in the country come 2022.
This remarks by Murathe has had leaders from the Rift Valley most of which are from the community Deputy President comes from (Kalejin) calling for his resignation or better yet his removal from the Jubilee Party for unnecessary and reckless statement which they insist are his personal opinions.
On the other hand leader from Central Kenya where the party’s leader President Uhuru comes from want action to be taken against David Murathe with some insisting that his remarks will bring enemosity between leaders as well people from the Kalejin and Central Kenya, who continue to insist that a pact was agreed upon between D.p Ruto and President Kenyatta.
Some leaders however support those remarks, some of who are members of the Jubilee party some quoted saying that Deputy President has already served his term and there is no way he should serve any longer insisting that there more qualified and more competent to lead this country.
Amidst all this President Uhuru Kenyatta continues to insist that his goal at the moment is to focus on development for the people, for it’s not yet time to play politics as the political period is behind us and the next is still far off.
What remains to be seen is what exactly will unravel in Jubilee now and before the most talked about 2022 Presidential election, will there be a division, or will President Kenyatta stay true to his word of uniting Kenyans?
Well, only time will tell.Jubilee