Jubilee vice chairman David Murathe has urged the Kikuyu nation to tender their apology to the former prime minister Raila Odinga for keeping him out of the presidency for a long time.
David Murathe also noted that the Kikuyu community accepted deputy president William Samoei Ruto despite the wrongdoings he did in 2007/2008 during the post election violence, adding that Raila had nothing to apologize over like DP Ruto.
“In 2013, DP William Ruto was accepted in Mt Kenya region with a lot of baggage from 2007/8. Raila Odinga has no baggage. He has nothing to apologize to Kikuyus, rather, they should actually apologize to him for keeping him waiting for too long.” Wrote Murathe.
In the meantime, David Murathe recently came forward to condemn the Deputy President William Samoei Ruto on numerous occasions publicly without any fear of backlash or back and forth from the DP or his allies.
David Murathe wasn’t short of words to say after Secretary-General of the Jubilee party, Raphael Tuju gave out his statement of removing the Deputy President from the ruling party. He supported the notion and even called out Ruto’s allies to try to step foot inside the party’s headquarters in Pangani.
“If they think they are men enough, let them set foot there without notice. If they have issues with the resolution to strip the DP of his party position, let him raise it with me and the chairman.” Murathe told Ruto’s allies.
Consequently, Murathe suggested a rather unique by-the-book plan to render the Deputy President powerless and possibly remove him from his powerful position in the government and the ruling Jubilee party.
Theses were Murathe’s 5 plans against the Deputy President:
Kick the Deputy President out of the Jubilee Party.
Lock him out of Jubilee House and barricade the premises.
Slash his office budget to make him rudderless.
Table an impeachment motion in Parliament.
Kick him out of government after a parliamentary vote against him
On the other hand, Senator Kipchumba Murkomen said there was no way the Deputy President according to the party’s constitution could be removed from his seat as the Jubilee deputy party leader.
Sourced from Sonko news