President told to address mistrust between URP and TNA
14 April 2015, 10:56
Nakuru - President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto have been challenged to address the simmering mistrust among partner parties in the Jubilee coalition.
Nakuru deputy governor, Joseph Ruto said that there has been growing mistrust between URP and TNA and the two leaders must address it before it's too late.
Speaking Tuesday morning at an investors meeting in Nakuru town, Ruto said that if the mistrust is not addressed in time, it might end up straining relations between URP and TNA.
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“People in URP do not trust their colleagues in TNA and TNA has become suspicious of URP. The President and his deputy must address this issue and bring back the trust before it is too late,” said Ruto.
He added, “A family cannot stand together if the children are reading from different scripts and that is what is happening in Jubilee.”
Ruto claimed that a mafia has been formed at state house, and blamed it on the confusion in the Jubilee coalition.
He asserted that the mafia has been misleading the President as he has been making decisions about important national issues without involving his deputy.
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