DP William Ruto urges Kenyans to ignore divisive propaganda

William Ruto, Deputy President. Image|Courtesy

Reports have it the Ruto is taking full control of the Jubilee house even as president Uhuru warns against politicking about the BBI report.

Deputy President William Ruto has called upon Kenyans to avoid and ignore political propaganda being spread about the Jubilee party.

In a message seen by News 9 Kenya from the DP’s twitter handle, the DP said that the party leadership led by President Uhuru Kenyatta is still intact, focused and united.

"Kenyans should ignore this divisive propaganda. Jubilee under the able leadership of President Kenyatta is strong, focused and united."

Dr. Ruto was responding to a report on a local daily published on Sunday, which claimed that he has rallied more MPs behind him, widen rift in the ruling party.

MPs allied to the DP have been rallying calls to have the BBI report pass through parliament before implementation, but on Friday over the weekend they changed their mind saying that they are open to either parliament or referendum course to implement the report.

Speaking to a local daily, Nyeri Town MP Wambugu Ngunjiri the DP has gained immense influence among the Jubilee legislators.

“Ruto has been leading the political arm of Jubilee as President Kenyatta is busy with the implementation of the government agenda. Using that network, Ruto has managed to gain clout,” he said.

President Uhuru Kenyatta called on leaders, especially Jubilee party members, to concentrate on issues development rather than picketing about the BBI report.

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