Monday January 6, 2020 - Former Jubilee Party Vice-Chairman, David Murathe, has dared politicians fighting President Uhuru Kenyatta and his administration to gather courage and confront him openly instead of causing unnecessary tension.
Venting on social media on Sunday, Murathe hit out at unnamed people who are fond of fighting the President and his Government to make their contentious intentions publicly known.
He also called on politicians to desist from raising unnecessary political temperatures through reckless bickering.
"Those fighting Uhuru Kenyatta in his Government must come out and declare that they're ready to challenge him.”
“People should stop raising unnecessary tantrums and hysteric," read Murathe's post.
After the 2018 handshake between Uhuru and ODM leader, Raila Odinga, and the subsequent unveiling of the BBI report towards the end of 2019, wrangles and divisions have emerged in the ruling party, Jubilee.
The Kenyan DAILY POST