- Kirwa also claimed that it was an a mockery of the democratic process for PRuto to refer to Deputy Minority Whip Sabina Chege as his fellow party leader.
Former UDA vice chairman Kipruto Arap Kirwa has said it is good to allow political entities to die a natural death.
He said it's not good to accelerate the death of the Jubilee party as it goes against democracy.
Kirwa spoke on Wednesday during an interview with K24.
"Let us allow the natural attrition process. Do not accelerate the death of any political entity. It goes against the principles of democracy," Kirwa said.
He said Kenya Kwanza is accelerating the death of Jubilee by ensuring that they infuse what is called 'executive interference' into institutions that ought to be independent.
Kirwa also claimed that it was a mockery of the democratic process for President William Ruto to refer to Deputy Minority Whip Sabina Chege as his fellow party leader.
"The President is a reasonable person. He is a very intelligent person. And referring to a matter that is still in dispute and calling Sabina Chege 'my fellow party leader' was a mockery of the same democratic process," Kirwa said.
Chege is being accused of staging a coup in Jubilee and with claims that she and EALA MP Kanini Kega had replaced key party officials.
Chege is said to have replaced former President Uhuru Kenyatta as Jubilee party leader while Kega claims to be the Secretary-General having replaced Jeremiah Kioni.
Uhuru, on Monday, asked the rebels to peacefully resign from the party as he felt they betrayed his leadership.
"Just move and leave us be in peace. And those seats that we gave you, please return them and we give them to others," he said.
However, on Tuesday, the Registrar of Political Parties Anne Nderitu confirmed the deregistration of Jeremiah Kioni as the party's secretary general Jeremiah Kioni and vice chair David Murathe.
The two were thus expelled from the party.
Nderitu also confirmed the suspension of party treasurer Kagwe Gichohi.
But in the midst of the confusion, the Political Parties Dispute Tribunal stopped Nderitu's move to confirm Kioni's and Murathe's ouster.
In a motion filed under a certificate of urgency, the tribunal issued conservatory orders stopping any changes.
"That pending the hearing and determination of the Application inter parties, interim conservatory orders are hereby issued staying the decision delivered by the 1st Respondent's National Disciplinary Committee on May 10, 2023, to expel the Complainant from membership of the 1st Respondent," the motion reads.
According to the PPDT chairperson, Desma Nungo, the matter is set for mention on May 31.