Deputy President William Ruto dismissed recent widespread media reports of rifts in the Jubilee Alliance blaming it on the Coalition for Reforms and Democracy, CORD.
Speaking at a church service in Nairobi, Ruto blamed CORD elements in the media for creating misleading stories of divisions in the Jubilee Alliance.
â€œAll these things in the newspapers are written by those who thought we could make a government. Read the newspapers and tomorrow use them to wrap meat,â€ Ruto said.
Despite the media rightly quoting Senator Charles Keter who has never denied reports that he told those who fixed Ruto to quit the government, the DP moved to distance such characters from the Jubilee Alliance for the current government woes.
As usual, the Jubilee government, he said, â€˜was formed by Godâ€™s willâ€™.
â€œIn Kenya we only have one President. We cannot have a coalition government,â€ Ruto said after which he donated Ksh500,000 and a similar amount from President Uhuru Kenyatta.
He was accompanied by TNA chairman Johnson Sakaja, Senators Mike Sonko (Nairobi), Kithure Kindiki (Tharaka Nithi) and Nairobi womenâ€™s representative Rachael Shebesh.