Former Gatanga MP and Jubilee Party Vice-chairman, David Murathe has hinted at quiting the ruling party in what he termed as mission a success.
Murathe in an interview said that he can now retire in peace and does not need a leadership position now after teaching Deputy President, William Ruto and his team a lesson due to their disloyalty to the president.
“Our job was to push out those who do not believe in the dream of the party.”
“I am happy they have found a house called UDA. Our work is done,” Murathe stated.
“We are all in an interim capacity and soon we will be releasing a timetable on how we will start campaigns for the party positions from the ward level to the national level.”
“Myself, am not interested in any position moving forward,” he said.
Notably, Murathe and the Party’s Secretary General, Raphael Tuju have been mounting pressure to Ruto’s resignation after his association with the UDA party.