“After the election, the President invited us to State House and introduced us to Dr Ruto and told us to be consulting him whenever we require any assistance and that’s what we have been doing.

“He should invite us for a meeting or even urge the top leadership of the party to call us and explain to us our wrongdoing…because withdrawing the security detail is not a solution,” she said.

The two leaders, who were speaking on Sunday at the Saba Saba Catholic Church in Maragua Constituency, blamed their recent predicament on the handshake between Mr Kenyatta and opposition figure Raila Odinga.


Murang’a Senator Irung’u Kangata, who was also present, said the party is headed in the wrong direction.

“Our party is headed in a wrong direction because the two factions of Tanga Tanga and Kieleweke teams are creating hatred amongst their colleagues whom they perceive to be in rival camps,” he said.

Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria said he will register a political party for the Mt Kenya region.

“We erred when we dissolved our party, The National Alliance, because Jubilee Party is an amorphous vehicle where we can’t plan about Mt Kenya through it. I shall register a political party that Mt Kenya leaders will use to plan for our future stake in government,” he said.

Gatanga MP Nduati Ngugi maintained the need for the leaders to support Mr Kenyatta in his fight against graft and supporting the investigative agencies.

“We must not politicise war on graft and we must support the President when he is fighting graft and those who have stolen money for the dams,” Mr Ngugi, a Kieleweke member, said.

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