Deputy President William Ruto Hosts Several MPs At His Karen Residence Days After Being Banned From Jubilee Headquarters

Photo of DP, William Ruto Accompanied By Several Leaders At His Karen Residence On Tuesday, October 6

News reaching Wakeupafrica360 from our correspondent in Kenya has it that the Deputy President, William Ruto has been declared “persona non grata” at the jubilee office on Friday, October 2 after he stormed the building with a contingent of Tanga Tanga lawmakers in absence of the President, Uhuru Kenyatta. He also held a meeting in Karen with his supporters from different part of the country. Some of the MPs present were Gabriel Tongoyo (Narok West), Aramat Lemanken (Narok East), Mpaauei Philip (Kajiado) and David Sankok (nominated). This development is coming data after the Deputy President, William Ruto was banned from string foot at the jubilee headquarters. Therefore, he reported to hosting political delegations at his official Karen residence in the nation’s capital, Nairobi.While addressing members of the press, Tuju had said the national management committee recommended the removal of the former Eldoret North MP as Jubilee Party deputy party leader in a move that would likely increase tension in Jubilee. “We never wished to get to this point. We serve one president at a time. The party headquarters is not going to be allowed to be theatre of confrontations . DP (Ruto) as self declared 2022 presidential candidate will not be allowed to use party office as center of operation of 2022 campaign,”

Photo of the Jubilee Party Headquarters In Pangani, Nairobi

In his response at a funeral in Nakuru, Ruto told off the Cabinet Secretary without a portfolio saying he should stop wasting his time fighting a “losing” battle adding his so called hustler movement was “unstoppable”. According to him, “We have people who are clearly angry with me over things that don’t concern them. I can only tell them to stop wasting their time calling me names, exhibiting pride and hate for no reason,”

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