Jubilee Party deputy secretary general Joshua Kutuny has warned party rebels against taking President Uhuru Kenyatta’s silence for weakness.
Speaking on Sunday, June 4, the newly appointed Joshua Kutuny warned William Ruto’s allies to expect Uhuru’s political wrath very soon.
“(President) Uhuru is not weak. I am among the few leaders from the Rift Valley region who are still in Uhuru’s government and I want to tell you when Uhuru decides to enough is enough, you will know why a donkey has no horns,” Kutuny warned.
In reference to the recent Parliamentary report that listed the most silent MPs in the House for the year 2020, Kutuny, who recently said the party will replace Ruto as the Deputy party leader before the end of November urged Kenyans to ensure they vote in MPs who can properly represent them.
“It is time for you to elect a leader who will make you proud. Look at Parliament today, there are people who when given the microphone to speak it shows the level of education and character of the people in their area. Do not elect someone who cannot even speak in Parliament,” he added.
Joshua Kutuny’s statement comes at a time Jubilee party and William Ruto’s UDA party are headed for a titanic battle in the upcoming Kiambaa by-election.
Jubilee party is also in talks. to form a coalition with Raila Odinga’s ODM party ahead of the 2022 General Election.
Most of the MPs whos strongly supported Jubilee have since shifted allegiance and are considered Deputy President William Ruto’s loyalist.
Jubilee party’s Njama will face off against UDA’s John Njuguna Wanjiku in the Kiambaa by-elections after People’s Empowerment Paty withdrew its candidate Raymond Kuria from the much-anticipated polls.
A win by the UDA party, an outfit heavily linked to DP Ruto will hit the last nail on Jubilee Party’s coffin after it lost in all the three recently held by-elections.