Rutto told to quit JAP if unhappy with it
21 January 2015, 15:33
Bomet - Kuresoi North Member of Parliament, Moses Cheboi told Bomet Governor Isaac Ruto to stop criticizing the newly formed Jubilee Alliance Party but instead leave if he is unhappy with the new outfit.
Speaking at Kuresoi town Tuesday afternoon, Cheboi said that the Jubilee Alliance Party aims at uniting the Jubilee coalition members under one roof.
Cheboi added that the new party will ensure that deputy president William Ruto ascends to power in 2022, and called on Rift Valley residents to rally behind the new party.
“Governor Ruto has been known to criticize even the good things and it seems he can only support something which directly benefits him but I want to tell him that he is free to join any political party he wants,” said Cheboi.
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He added: “What the people of Rift Valley including Ruto must understand is that by merging TNA and URP, we are simply making way for William Ruto to take over from Uhuru in 2022 and they should all support the move.”
Cheboi said that those against the formation of the new party have their own selfish political interests that make them to feel threatened by the formation of the new party.
“Those opposing the new party are just selfish and worried that their political career might be coming to a halt but they should know that Jubilee Alliance Party is real and is coming here to stay,” he said.
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