Bahati MP Kimani Ngunjiri now says that the 2018 truce between President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM boss Raila Odinga has left massive destruction within the Jubilee Party.
The reconciliation has seen the Jubilee side led by Deputy President William Ruto appear isolated while Raila's allies now appear closer to the government and in full support of Uhuru.
Speaking on Wednesday night, the MP who has repeatedly aligned himself with the DP admitted that his side sincerely feels isolated and thrown out of the government.
He said that so isolated are they that they feel thrown into the opposition, a position initially held by Raila's brigade, even as he highlighted on the benefits of an opposition.
"We have taken the opposition's position, but its important (Sisi tumechukua nafasi ya opposition. Lakini opposition kwa nchi ni muhimu sana)," he said.
He made the remarks on Radio Jambo's Mazungumzo Waziwazi show, also attended by Westlands MP Tim Wanyonyi and political analyst Gerald Bitok.
He blamed the current confusion being witnessed in Jubilee on Raila, whom he said has used his closeness to the President to displace some of the people he found there.
At the same time, he noted that Raila's entry has its benefits, including political calm.
"The others went into the bedroom and are now under the same blanket. But that's also important as otherwise, the president would be having great war, for instance about the governors' funds (Hawa wengine waliingia bedroom na sasa wanajifunika blanketi moja. Lakini pia ni muhimu maana kama sio hivyo mambo kama hii pesa ya magavana ile vita Raila angekua nayo kwa sasa), he added.
The MP has not been in good terms with Uhuru lately, and in January landed on the wrong side of Uhuru after holding demonstrations in the streets of Nakuru after a verbal exchange.
This was after Uhuru referred to him as "mshenzi" (idiot) after he demanded that Uhuru states his stand on endorsing Ruto for the presidency in the 2022 polls.