Uhuru, Ruto warn Jubilee leaders
17 March 2016, 17:30
Nairobi - President Uhuru Kenyatta and DP William Ruto have sent out a warning to Jubilee Coalition leaders who are keen on leaving the party.
The President and DP, speaking in Nakuru stated that they do not have time for threats from within and that they would deal firmly with leaders who are plotting an exit from the ruling coalition.
The President said that Jubilee would not be held ransom by leaders who have no agenda for the party.
" We are united and are talking about unity. Those who feel otherwise are in the wrong place," he told leaders in Nakuru.
The DP on the other hand called on leaders in the Jubilee fold to follow the party and ensure unity for all Kenyans.
" The party is moving forward. Those that want to be left behind will be," he stated.
The comments came in the continued wake of dissent from leaders in the Rift Valley who are friendly to the ruling Coalition.
The DP has been waging a serious war against elements he says are keen to finish off Jubilee.
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