Leaders accuse Odinga of fueling disunity within Jubilee party

Jubilee leaders have accused Opposition leader Raila Odinga for fueling disunity within the Jubilee party with his constants attacks on Deputy President William Ruto.

Despite the handshake that changed the Kenyan political landscape in March 2018, the only loophole has been the strained relationship between Ruto and Raila.

Led by Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua, they said the anti-Ruto leaders within jubilee are working with Raila to divide the party which they said is unacceptable.

The MP took issue with Raila over his recent remarks that the pre-election agreement 2013 deal between Uhuru and Ruto cannot be used to hold Kenyans at ransom.

He said that Raila should keep off Jubilee matters saying that the peace experienced in the country was brought about by the deal between Uhuru and Ruto adding that he will not support the handshake.

“Raila should keep off Jubilee matters” said Gachagua.

According to Gachagua, the planned change to the constitution should not be used to create position for the few top political elites but should aim to reduce the burden for the common taxpayers.

On his part Bahati MP Kimani Ngunjiri alleged that Mr Odinga’s political truce with President Kenyatta had killed the peaceful co-existence among members of the Jubilee party.

He said that since the handshake, there has been a lot of confusion and propaganda being peddled around with an aim of scuttling deputy president bid for the top job in 2022.

“The handshake has brought about a lot of confusion and propaganda” said Ngunjiri.

The vocal Nakuru MP said they will continue to donate funds in church for construction and assisting the needy in the society saying it is out of a giving heart; one is able to receive blessings.

The two were speaking over the weekend at PCEA Jerusalem in Kiamunyeki village in Bahati Sub County Nakuru County.

PHOTO/Courtesy Kimani Ngunjiri:Bahati MP Kimani Ngunjiri and his Mathira counterpart Rigathi Gachagua during a sunday service at PCEA Jerusalem in Kiamunyeki village in Bahati Sub County Nakuru County.

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