Garissa Township MP Aden Duale now says that rebel politicians allegedly causing and fueling rebellion in the Jubilee Party will be censured.
In an interview with Capital FM on Thursday, Duale said that the party will not give room for some members to fuel what he terms as unnecessary tension and imaginary divisions.
“I am in consultation with the Secretary-General of the party, I am a National Executive Committee (NEC) member and a party we plan to discuss the conduct of those errant members or officials who want to disparage the President and his deputy,” Duale said as quoted by capital FM on Thursday.
The National Assembly Majority leader said that they will not allow reckless Jubilee members to insult the president and his deputy.
He noted that the presidency as an institution must be respected.
Jubilee Party is experiencing a political storm that threatens to split it apart.
The political storm was started by former party Chairman David Murathe who asked Deputy President William Ruto to retire alongside President Uhuru Kenyatta in 2022.
Murathe claimed that DP Ruto does not qualify to be president in 2022 and that he (Murathe) will file a case in Supreme Court to block him.
The former Jubilee chairman's statement continues to cause storm even as 2022 succession politics gains momentum.
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