Former Bomet County governor and NASA co-principal Isaac Ruto has finally addressed rumors that he had ditched NASA for Jubilee Party ahead of the fresh presidential poll.
As reported by a cross section of the Kenyan media earlier, Isaac Ruto has been conspicuously missing from NASA's activities since August, 8 when he was floored by Joyce Laboso in the Bomet Gubernatorial race.
Ruto's absence from the coalition's activities set tongues wagging with quite a throng of people claiming that he had joined Jubilee party ahead of the fresh presidential poll set for October, 17 2017.
Well, saving himself from the bad rumor, Ruto who is one of the NASA co-principals denied joining Jubilee, saying he is in the alliance to stay.
Ruto revealed that he was only sorting out some issues back in Bomet, hence the short hiatus.
According to NASA presidential campaign chairman, Musalia Mudavadi, the Chama Cha Mashinani party leader has been conducting his business from behind the scenes that's why the public has not been seeing him more often.
This, Mudavadi revealed on Monday, September 4 2017 while speaking moments after welcoming former Meru Governor Peter Munya to the opposition.