URP leaders have denied that there is a rift in the Jubilee Coalition and termed such reports as propaganda.
Speaking on Sunday at the Africa Inland Church Pioneer in Eldoret at an event attended by Deputy President William Ruto, they said that the aim of the coalition was to unite all Kenyans and not divide them.
Elgeyo-Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen criticised leaders attacking the Jubilee Coalition, saying they do not understand how the government works.
Mr Murkomen called upon the Deputy President to ignore such utterances saying that such leaders were not present when the Jubilee coalition was being formed.
“It is so sad to see some leaders criticise the Deputy President yet they were not there when they were signing the agreement binding the Jubilee Coalition,” Murkomen said.
“We believe God will always be there to ensure that we lead the country well. Those leaders who want to cause mayhem in the Jubilee coalition should stop,” said the deputy president.