Tuesday August 6, 2019 - Deputy President William Ruto has called on leaders allied to Jubilee to dismantle any political factions they had formed within the ruling party to restore unity.

Ruto appeared to read from the same script as his boss, President Uhuru Kenyatta, who has also been pleading with local leaders to stop endless politicking and channel their energies towards delivering services to the people.

Addressing residents of Kiharu in Murang’a County on Sunday, the DP urged Jubilee Party leaders to shift focus to development and national unity instead of fighting each other.

“I want to ask Jubilee leaders to stop forming political factions to fight each other because this is dividing the party.”

“We have one leader and that is President Uhuru Kenyatta and we have one agenda.”

“The only way we can change this country is to focus on working on development projects...All these political talks and factions emerging will not help our country,” said Ruto who is presumed to be leader of one of the political factions dubbed team Tanga Tanga.


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