MURATHE vows to go to SUPREME COURT to stop RUTO from vying for presidency in 2022 – The man is worse than an armed robber!

Sunday January 6, 2019-Jubilee Party Vice chairman, David Murathe, has vowed to move to Supreme Court to stop Deputy President William Ruto from vying for presidency in 2022.

Speaking on Saturday during the burial of Jubilee Secretary General Raphael Tuju’s brother, Kefa, in Rarieda, Murathe maintained that Ruto should retire together with President Uhuru Kenyatta in 2022.

Tutaenda hadi Supreme Court. Sisi hatucheki na watu (we will head to the Supreme Court, we are not joking with anyone),” Murathe affirmed.

He also reiterated his stance that the presidency is a pair and under the Constitution, the DP cannot seek a new term in 2022 as he will have already served the maximum two terms together with President Kenyatta.

"Section 148 of the Constitution sub-section 5 says nobody can run for deputy president for more than two terms,"Murathe ,who is former Gatanga MP said.

 He also clarified that in the event that the President cedes power, Ruto automatically becomes President without the need for an election.

 He noted that Ruto is serving concurrently with the President.

"So in effect, if he automatically becomes President, the mandate he has is that of the President under which they were elected," he said.


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