Jubilee MPs attend church service with Ruto

A number of Jubilee MPs joined President William Ruto during a service of thanksgiving in Nakuru County.

This occurs just 24 hours after Uhuru Kenyatta declared that the party is still strong and the members united.

“Ata kama hatuko siasa active, bado tuko kwa ile chama tulikuwa nayo na bado tunaendelea kuunga Azimio mkono.Hakuna mambo yamebadilika,” Uhuru said.

The 32 Jubilee MPs that visited Ruto at the State House this week were in Nakuru on Sunday, though, for a church service.

They were led by Sabina Chege, a nominated MP, and Kanini Kega, an EALA MP.

Kega acknowledged that Ruto is the Head of State while speaking at the service.

“By the mere fact that we are here, it shows that the fifth president of the Republic of Kenya is none other than William Samoei Ruto,” he said. 

Former Taveta MP Naomi Shaban, party Chair Nelson Zuya, and Jimmy Angwenyi were also in attendance.

All 34 Jubilee party members, according to Kega, will support Ruto in his endeavours.

Since some of the party’s members visited President William Ruto at State House, disputes have shaken the Jubilee party.

” With 34 members in the National Assembly and in the Senate we will be walking and working with you your Excellency,” he said. 

The party has taken steps to begin leaving the Azimio Coalition.

The party declared that they now want to join Ruto’s Kenya Kwanza team.


Written by Brian Mayodi

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