Deputy President William Ruto on Saturday issued a directive to all Jubilee party members to declare their stand on the interest of the party after the Sagana meeting.
Speaking at Liloch Primary School, in Kericho Ruto said Jubilee leaders should make it clear if they are still in the party or they have joined other parties.
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“The party has a clear direction from the party leader and it is that Jubilee is united and those who have gone to other parties, should make their stand clear because Kenya is a democratic country,” he said.
A section of Jubilee legislators were seen drumming support for ODM candidate Imran Okoth in Kibra byelection against Jubilee candidate McDonald Mariga.
Among them nominated MP Maina Kama and Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru claimed that Imran was the handshake candidate while Mariga was Ruto’s candidate.
This comes after President Uhuru Kenyatta met Mt Kenya leaders on Friday, November 15, to discuss the region unity and development issues.