President Uhuru Kenyatta is to blame for the division being witnessed in his Mt Kenya backyard, Bahati Member of Parliament Kimani Ngunjiri has said.
This comes amid fights between the Kieleweke and Tangatanga factions, whose allegiance is divided between Uhuru and his deputy William Ruto in that order.
The MP now says that Uhuru is to blame for the noise emanating from the mountains, as he has failed to keep his backyard in order and unite his people, leading to disintegration.
"The president has failed kuweka watu wake pamoja (to unite his people). And now Jubilee (the ruling Jubilee Party) has problems," he said on Radio Jambo, Wednesday night.
The lawmaker made the remarks in concurrence with his fellow panelist and Westlands counterpart Tim Wanyonyi that the Jubilee Party is already dead thanks to the infighting within.
Ngunjiri claimed that the party has weakened to the point of death, alleging that it has lost its grassroot support and might not live any further.
"A party without grassroot support is a finished one. It was just an election vehicle (Kama Chama haina grassroot support imeisha. Hiyo ilikuwa tu gari ya kushinda uchaguzi)," he added.
Uhuru's attempts to call Tangatanga MPs to order have failed, with his threats to deal with them falling on deaf ears, seeing the MPs continue with their early campaigns.