Kiharu Member of Parliament Ndindi Nyoro has declared war on a section of President Uhuru Kenyatta's officers, over the security withdrawal of some politicians allied to Deputy President William Ruto.
Nyoro who is also an ally of the DP has announced plans to get even with the Uhuru side of the Jubilee government and has warned of a fierce fight which he says will see tables turn.
He said that himself and other MPs allied to the DP will be soon revising a recent scandal in the Interior Ministry, where a police insurance cover tender was awarded to the highest bidder, contrary to the law.
“We will now demand answers over police insurance scandal in the Office of the President," the MP who is s member of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) told the Daily Nation.
"The committee has received documents with scary facts about a company that was awarded a tender for the police insurance and had quoted Sh1.7 billion, while we had other companies quoting Sh628 million but were not considered," Nyoro added.
The MP said alleged victimization of the DP by top state officials will not be taken lying down, and soon things might take the worst turn in the government.
"Very soon tables will turn and those responsible in the Office of President must explain every detail," he insisted.
This comes only days after another section of Ruto's allies accused interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi and his Principal Secretary Karanja Kibicho of security withdrawal.
The victims include Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu, Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika and Kikuyu MP Kimani Ngunjiri, who have however maintained that their support for Ruto is intact.