Differences within the ruling Jubilee party continued to escalate on Monday with DP William Ruto's allies turning heat on the team leaning towards President Uhuru Kenyatta.

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Hostilities within Jubilee Party have now lasted for over 10 months, ever since former powerful Vice Chairman David Murathe opted to quit after launching a scathing attack on Ruto.

At his Kapseret constituency on Monday, Oscar Sudi accused Youth and Gender Chief Administrative Secretary Rachael Shebesh of regrouping the outlawed Mungiki sect.

In his latest Jibe, Sudi wondered why Uhuru recruited Shebesh to government, adding that he's only good at 'prostitution in Koinange street'.

"People like Shebesh lost touch with people. She's busy regrouping Mungiki. Should anything happen, she should be held responsible. I don't know why she was recruited to government," he said.

" I want President Uhuru Kenyatta to help us by sacking her. She's only good at prostitution and her office should be Koinange. We can't allow her to resurrect Mungiki," he added.

The second term MP also insisted that Nairobi Speaker Beatrice Elachi is inciting Kenyans. He asked those supporting handshake to do it with honesty.

Last week, Shebesh held a meeting with former Mungiki leader Maina Njenga at her house, where she pledged to support youths to invest in business.

Mrs Shebesh defended her meeting with the team, arguing that as a government officer, she has a right to work with all Kenyans to deliver Uhuru's agenda.

"I want to put records straight on a video that has been going around showing me speak to Maina Njenga. I am a minister for youths and many of them came to see me at my residence. We had seven MCAs from Laikipia in that room and my mother," she said.

"I want to tell people who are being petty that I knew that video was being taken and that's why I was speaking. Radicalisation is a problem. I cannot run away and I have to speak to these youths and educate them on other ways of making a living."