Gaps in Jubilee party continue to widen with a section of Members of Parliament allied to Deputy President William Ruto insisting that the Jubilee family have a political debt to pay in the next two presidential elections.
Nominated MP David Ole Sanko says the Mount Kenya region must reciprocate what was done to president Uhuru Kenyatta and that they must honour pledges that they made when forming Jubilee party by ensuring Ruto gets his two to terms.
He further stated that the promise of support Ruto was done in a church in presence of Bishops and central politicians should not run away from it.
Sankok’s sentiments come just a few fays after Ruto stated that no owes him anything in the elections.
Ruto was speaking during an interview with NTV’s Mark Masai.
Ruto’s sentiments sent a disquiet in the Jubilee Party after some MPs allied to President Uhuru Kenyatta claimed that they owed no one anything in a popular slogan “Hatuna Deni Ya Mtu”.