President Uhuru Kenyatta’s political affairs director Joshua Kutuny has told off Members of Parliament under the Jubilee coalition against fueling wrangles that may stall government operations.
Kutuny hit out at Jubilee MPs pushing for sacking of some government officials over claims they fixed Deputy President William Ruto at the International Criminal Court (ICC).
The former MP who was speaking at Kipkeikei in Cherangany Constituency, blamed the discontent between coalition parties TNA and URP on some leaders who have vested interests.
His remarks come a day after Kenyatta and Ruto concluded a tour of the Rift Valley region where they downplayed dissent in the ruling coalition telling off rebel MPs led by Nandi Hills legislator Alfred Keter.
Keter was accused of being used by powerful brokers interested in government tenders, a charge he has denied insisting the recently launched standard gauge railway tender was not clean.
By May Jesaro