Former National Assembly majority leader Aden Duale has finally broken his silence on his future with the Jubilee party, days after the DP Ruto’s United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party was established.
The deputy president William Ruto ally has burst out where he has alleged that he has no plans of leaving the Jubilee ruling party any time soon to another party.
According to the Daily Nation reports, Mr. Aden Duale has alleged that he said he has shares in the party and thus cannot leave just like that.
In addition, he added that his political kingpin, deputy president William Ruto is the largest shareholder in Jubilee as the second in command of the party since President Uhuru Kenyatta’s last term is on the verge of expiring in less than a couple of years.
“I have shares in Jubilee and my leaving from the party will take longer because it will need legal guidance. DP Ruto is the largest shareholder in Jubilee as the deputy party leader after Mr. Kenyatta,” said Mr. Aden Duale.