ODM leader Raila Odinga has backed President Uhuru Kenyatta’s appeal to his deputy William Ruto to resign if he is not satisfied with the current government.
The former Prime Minister said it would be the honourable thing for any politician to do, extending the call to Jubilee MPs who have shifted allegiance to UDA.
“If you see things are not okay and you are a principled person, just say things are not okay and resign,” Raila said, citing the lot for hypocrisy.
“These MPs saying they are in UDA and are still earning salary through Jubilee should also resign, go back to the people and defend seat with a new party.”
“That is called political principle, otherwise this is hypocrisy,” Raila said, adding that it was not the first time Kenya was having a Vice President.
“My father was the first VP. He did not wait to be sacked. When he saw that things had changed and was not being given assignments, he wrote a letter.”