- The Jubilee MP said Uhuru as former Head of State, should carry the value of the presidency.
- Mogaka said Uhuru should accept the succession and let the NDC be conveyed to specifically deal with the management of the Jubilee party.
West Mugirango MP Stephen Mogaka has told off retired President Uhuru Kenyatta over his involvement in local politics.
Speaking on Monday, the legislator said his tenure of politics with his Jubilee party was over.
Mogaka explained that Uhuru is being dragged back to politics by individuals who cannot survive without him.
"Former President Uhuru Kenyatta has no business in local politics but some politicians cannot survive without a 'Godfather.' These are the people dragging him back into politics," he said.
The Jubilee MP said Uhuru as former Head of State, should carry the value of the presidency.
Mogaka said Uhuru should accept the succession and let the National Delegates Conference be conveyed to specifically deal with the management of the Jubilee party.
Former President Uhuru Kenyatta is set to preside over the much-awaited Jubilee Party NDC at the Ngong Racecourse.
The NDC comes amid a vicious power struggle pitting him against former allies turned relentless critics.
Uhuru’s camp has been fighting for the soul of the former ruling party and seizing control of the outfit from the rebels who are agitating for a divorce from former Prime Minister Raila Odinga
The Jubilee MP said that by operation of law, Uhuru Kenyatta is not required to hold any political office after six months upon retirement.
"He (Uhuru) must either be a retired president and take his package or forfeit his package and continue doing politics," Mogaka said.
The Presidential Retirement Benefits Act 2013, states that a retired president cannot hold a leadership position in a party six months after handing over power.