Deputy President William Ruto has openly come out to talk about Jubilee Party latest moves to make a coalition with Orange Democratic Movement (ODM).
Deputy President, who was talking on an interview with KTN on Thursday night stated that his regret is that he did not do something about Jubilee latest moves.
“My regret is that I wish I could have done something like organizing the party because I made a huge contribution in bringing the Jubilee to be,” Ruto said.
However, the deputy president blamed those who were trusted to run the party.
“It is really unfortunate that the people who were trusted with running of the party, let the party leader down in the process,” Ruto stated.
He also described the move to merge Jubilee with ODM party as the most tragic thing has ever happened.
“The latest we heard from our friends Tuju and Murathe is that, they have decided to go and merge Jubilee with ODM, which in my opinion is the most tragic that has ever happened,” DP said.
He explained that the act was done without consultation.
On postponement of the elections, the second in command characterized those talks as language of impunity which has no space in Kenya.
“The people who are talking about postponement of the elections are talking the language of impunity and it has no space in Kenya, I know for sure that there will be an election next year,” he asserted.
The Deputy President has not been in a good political relationship with his boss President Uhuru Kenyatta who earlier publicly promised to support him.
Lately, the man from Sungoi and his allies have been associated with United Democratic Alliance (UDA).
William Ruto who has been experiencing political destruction from the president publicly announced during a rally in West Pokot that he will vie on UDA ticket.