Even as a section of Jubilee party leaders continues to call for the resignation of Jubilee party Secretary Raphael Tuju, Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi has come out to warn the MPs against threats they had issued to stop their monthly contributions to Jubilee party until Tuju resigns.
Speaking on Wednesday morning when he was hosted at Kass FM a local vernacular radio station, Sudi reiterated that as Tanga-tanga team, they were not relenting in their calls to have the secretary ousted from the party saying that Tuju was part of all the problems currently being witnessed in Jubilee party.
Despite this, Sudi urged his colleagues to continue with their monthly contributions to the party failure to which other leaders from the party who are keen on bringing Jubilee down will maximize on that.
Sudi observed that their Kieleweke counterparts were so keen on any shortcomings from their side which according to him, the group will use the same to accuse Tanga-tanga team of being the major causes of disunity in the party.
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He said that the problems currently being witnessed in Jubilee are as a result of 2022 politics where he said some forces inside Jubilee party were working hard to lock out Deputy President William Ruto from contesting in 2022.
On Monday, a section of leaders allied to the Deputy President William Ruto-led Tanga Tanga movement had threatened to stop their contributions to the party until Secretary-General Raphael Tuju is sacked or resigns.
Led by Nandi Senator Samson Cherergey, MPs Nelson Koech (Belgut), Cornelly Serem (Aldai), Wilson Kogo ( Chesumei) and nominated MP Halima Mucheke had demanded Tuju be removed immediately or they will financially cripple the party.
Their threats came shortly after an audio conversation alleged to be that of Raphael Tuju together with former Limuru MP George Nyanja emerged online last week fixing Deputy President William Ruto in 2008 Kiambaa church massacre.
In the conversation, the two men further accuse Ruto of failing to build the Kiambaa church when lately, he has been distributing money to other churches in the country.
“As Jubilee members of Parliament, we will withdraw our monthly subscription to the party which is KSh 10,000 per month until Raphael Tuju is fired or resigns from Jubilee party,” said Senator Cherargei on Sunday 23rd when he was addressing the public.
“I want to tell Tuju if he respects democracy then he should park his belongings today and leave Jubilee party, We usually contribute KSh 10,000. As from Monday (June 24) that money will stop coming,” his Aldai counterpart Serem added.