Is Ruto bribing URP delegates to oppose party dissolution?
21 December 2015, 10:10
Nakuru - The United Republican Party (URP) has claimed that Bomet Governor, Isaac Rutto is bribing it's delegates to oppose the proposed dissolution of the party during the party's national delegates conference slated for early next year.
URP Nakuru branch chairman, James Bett said that Rutto is pouring money to lure the delegates to oppose a resolution to endorse the merger of Jubille affiliate parties.
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Speaking Sunday in Nakuru town, Bett said some delegates have been meeting Rutto secretly and receiving money from him.
"There are delegates who have been given money to oppose the merger motion when it's tabled during the delegates conference. We know it's Governor Rutto who is giving out the money,"said Bett who further asked the delegates to take the money and betray whoever is giving them the money by supporting the dissolution of the party during the delegates conference.
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