Fights over finances in the Jubilee Party and the National Super Alliance (Nasa) have intensified, with disgruntled members threatening to seek legal redress.
Deputy President William Ruto’s allies, who have been pushing the Jubilee Party to publish its financial records, have said they will go to court to compel party Secretary-General Raphael Tuju to disclose the names of those employed by the party and their salaries.
Jubilee Deputy Secretary-General Caleb Kositany told the Nation that they have given Mr Tuju another opportunity to furnish them with the documents, failing which they will seek legal redress.
“On July 22, 2020, we wrote to Mr Tuju demanding information on the assets of the party, copies of leases for the headquarters as well as county offices, a list of all employees and the party wage bill, minutes of the audit and the finance committees and procurement records, failing which we will move to court,” Mr Kositany said.
DEMAND FOR TRUTH
The Soy MP also recently claimed that the ruling party cannot be broke yet more than Sh1.3 billion could not be accounted for.