The Deputy President William Ruto made an unplanned visit to Jubilee Party headquarters in Pangani where he had discussions with the party Sec General Raphael Tuju.
The visit comes two weeks after Tuju hinted that he would meet after the party split into Tangatanga and Kieleweke factions.
The split forced the DP and his allies to open a seperate office dubbed ‘Jubilee Asili’, claiming they were denied access to the Jubilee HQ.
Analysts speculate that Ruto must have been there to check the level of preparedness as the deputy party leader. The party leader, President Uhuru Kenyatta is touring the coastal region as Kenyans wait to see if the president will heed to CJ David Maraga’s advisory and dissolve the parliament.
But the DP’s pressman Mr. Emmanuel Talam claimed that Ruto was just checking the progress of their party.
Last week, JP members from the Mount Kenya region held a political meeting at the Thika Green’s amid claims by the Dp that the party has been hijacked by crooks and cartels.
Ruto and Uhuru have fallen out but the Dp to Citizen Tv in an interview last month that rift will be mended before 2022 election.
A section of the party allied to the president have vowed do anything to stop the Dp from ascending to power.
Things recently got worse with politicians allied to Ruto throwing shades at the former first lady Mama Ngina Kenyatta.
But the party’s deputy secretary-general Caleb Kositany claimed the DP was not at the headquarters for ‘damage control’ but supervise preparations for several coming by-elections.
Dp’s meeting with the members of the Akorino church was cancelled at last meeting after the sect was instructed to meet President Uhuru Kenyatta at the Kasarani Stadium.
Ruto had to attend a different church service in Ziwani where he attended the installation of the African Inland Church (AIC) Nairobi area bishop Rev Joshua Nzau Kimuyu.