Two Jubilee lawmakers allied to Deputy President William Ruto now say that they are living in panic after the security withdrawal.
The government on Friday withdrew police protection for a number of Jubilee MPs, all hailing from Mt Kenya region, in what appears as a punishment for their support for DP Ruto.
Speaking on Sunday, Kandara MP Alice Wahome who is one of the victims lashed out at the interior ministry for allegedly being used to victimize leaders.
She wondered why a number of members are being harassed despite equally taking part in the election of President Uhuru Kenyatta in 2017.
"We overwhelmingly voted for the Presidency which comprised Uhuru Kenyatta and Dr Ruto and we look upon the party leader to stabilise the confusion in the party,” she was quoted by the Nation.
The MP was speaking during a church service at the Saba Saba Catholic church.
Also in attendance were her Maragua counterpart Mary Waithira, Muranga Senator Irungu Kangata, Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria and Gatanga MP Nduati Ngugi.
On her side, Waithira whose security is still intact said that she is now living in fear of a similar fate, considering that she has also declared support for the DP and his future ambitions.
“He should invite us for a meeting or even urge the top leadership of the party to call us and explain to us our wrongdoing because withdrawing the security detail is not a solution,” she said.
She added that Uhuru gave all Jubilee MPs permission to interact with the DP, wondering why they are now being punished for doing the same thing.