President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto have been urged to unite and work together for the sake of national unity and development.
Speaking at Tigania East Technical Training Institute on Wednesday, Tigania East MP Gichunge Kabeaba urged the two to ignore factions in the Jubilee Party associated with them, and concentrate on service delivery.
“There is a lot of friction right now as a result of the two political camps Kieleweke and Tanga Tanga. We are asking the duo to ignore these political factions and work as a team for the sake of unity and implementing the Big Four agenda before 2022,” he said.
Speaking at a separate event, Meru County Jubilee Party Chair Joseph Muturia predicted death of the party should the infighting persist.
He said only President Kenyatta; who is the Jubilee party leader, and his deputy can put the Jubilee house back in order.
“If Uhuru and Ruto will not come together and bring the house back on track soon, then it will only take the hand of God to save it from dying before we go to the next election," he told People Daily.
Addressing the nation on Tuesday, President Kenyatta noted that uniting the nation is one of his major priorities.