Deputy President William Ruto’s allies have dared the Jubilee Government to axe them from their positions.
Speaking on Wednesday after Jubilee Party Secretary General, Raphael Tuju, announced the ruling coalition has terminated agreement with UDA, Oscar Sudi said that every UDA supporter is ready to loose their seat.
“Some of us are ready to even go and defend our seats, let them proceed and do whatever they want,” Sudi said.
“Let them not try to imagine that we are fools when we are investing in UDA. We will even be better off as UDA without any Jubilee association,” Sudi stated.
Kiharu MP, Ndindi Nyoro, urged Jubilee Party to proceed with the divorce and said they are ready for any consequences.
“A divorce would be a sigh of relief. They have done the worse. We are ready for the worst. Our political future is in UDA and we have no time for what they are trying to do,” Nyoro said.