See what WILLIAM RUTO had done to force RAPHAEL TUJU to resign from Jubilee - UHURU and his Kieleweke group will crumble like the Tower of Babel


Monday June 24, 2019 - Deputy President William Ruto is perhaps the greatest and the most consummate politician in Kenya today only rivalled by his nemesis ODM party leader, Raila Odinga.

From youth for KANU in 1992 to Parliament in 1997, and to a member of Cabinet in the Grand Coalition Government in 2008, the tale of Ruto leaves a lot to admire.

In a span of 2 decades, Ruto has metamorphosised to arguably the shrewdest politician of our time.

Though he is facing some hurdles as he plans to contest for the Presidency in 2022, the hustler’s journey to State House seems unstoppable.

Some Jubilee leaders led by Jubilee Party Secretary General, Raphael Tuju, and bullish Interior PS, Karanja Kibicho, are planting mines on his path to the House on the Hill, but "the hustler" from Kamagut seems unmoved.

On Monday, Rift Valley MPs and Senators said they will withhold their monthly contribution of Sh 10,000 to the Jubilee Party until Tuju is removed

They disclosed that they will meet on Tuesday to collect signatures to be presented to the Parliamentary Service Commission to stop the deductions.

Their strategy is to cripple the Jubilee Party's operations by withholding their monthly subscription fees effective next month.

Tuju has been on the receiving end after a leaked phone conversation revealed of an alleged plot to block Ruto from ascending to power.

Sources said if Ruto’s men withhold their contribution, Jubilee Party will be crippled and President Uhuru Kenyatta’s administration will crumble like the biblical Tower of Babel.

The Kenyan DAILY POST

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