Billionaire businessman Zedekiah Bundotich Kiprop alias Buzeki has taken a swipe at Jubilee Party over unfulfilled promises it made in 2013.
Buzeki on Thursday recalled how the high promises made by Jubilee in 2012 made Kenyans expect more development projects than done by the coalition government led by retired President Mwai Kibaki and Raila Odinga.
According to Buzeki, Jubilee has done less than expected.
"LOFTY promises made by JUBILEE in 2012 made us look at the NUSU MKATE government as GOOD RIDDANCE , THEY Sounded like they HAD FULL LOAF. REALITY is they are SLICE MOJA. 2022 is CHANGE. JUBILEE and the BRIGADE, NYUMBANI . Anything else is BETTER. END of TRIBALISM," tweeted Buzeki.
Buzeki's sentiments come at a time when 2022 succession politics have begun with Deputy President William Ruto being the front runner.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has, however, on several occasions warned elected leaders against engaging in premature campaigns arguing development projects are what Kenyans need at the moment.
Buzeki who unsuccessfully vied for Uasin Gishu gubernatorial seat in 2017 is expected to join Uasin Gishu gubernatorial race in 2022 on a Chama Cha Mashinani (CCM) ticket.
He ditched Jubilee Party on claims of frustration from DP Ruto allies.