National Assembly Majority Leader Aden Duale has isnsited that things remain order within the ruling Jubilee Party, despite the emergence of visible cracks within the bloc.
Members of the party, led by Party Leader President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto have been giving varying indications lately, especially on the fight against graft and Uhuru's dalliance with former Premier Raila Odinga.
At the same time, there has since emerged warring factions associating themselves with the two leaders, including the pro-Uhuru Kieleweke and the Ruto-allied Tangatanga.
But speaking on Tuesday, the Garissa Township MP ruled out differences between Uhuru and Ruto, insisting that their relationship is intact and their union will prevail until 2022.
"We have one party leader- Uhuru Kenyatta. Jubilee is united. The President and his deputy are united. Jubilee will go into the next election more united than it was in 2017," he said.
The outspoken leader was speaking on Citizen TV's News Night show.
He added that the DP has at no point differed with the Head of State, and his remarks lately should not he taken as search, pointing out that he remains a junior of the president.
Duale stated that Uhuru's decision is an order to all the rremaining members, incluing the DP, therefore barring him from disrespecting Uhuru as is being alleged.
"The DP is saying that we will implement the promises we made to Kenyans. Any decision the President makes binds on all of us, including the DP," he added.