National Assembly Majority Leader Aden Duale has rubbished claims that Jubilee Party is on its political death bed.
Duale said that President Uhuru Kenyatta led party is strong and united.
Speaking during a fundraiser for Madrassa in Ngombeni, Kilifi County on Sunday, Duale claimed that political outsiders are trying to cause trouble in the party.
He said Jubilee party will not split as it is focused on uniting the country.
"The President and his deputy are working together and no amount of propaganda will see them part ways," Duale said during the event that was streamed live on Nation digital.
The Garissa MP indicated that Jubilee Party will not entertain tribal politics allegedly being perpetrated by some politicians.
"We will not allow some few selfish politicians to take as back to tribal political affiliations," he added.
Duale pleaded with Kenyans to support the Jubilee government saying it is determined to actualize on the development pledges it made during its campaigns.
There has been speculation that the ruling Jubilee Party is divided even as the 2022 succession politics take shape.
The alleged division has resulted in the formation of the Tanga-tanga and Kitaeleweka movements.
The Tanga-tanga movement is pushing for Deputy President William Ruto's presidency in 2022 while the Kitaeleweka is against Ruto's presidential bid.
On Saturday, Trade Unionist Francis Atwoli elicited sharp reactions when he claimed that DP Ruto's name will not be on the presidential ballot in 2022 election.