Bomet Governor Isaac Ruto says that he will live to regret being part of the leaders who formed the Jubilee alliance prior to the 2013 general elections.
Speaking during an interview with a local television station, Ruto asked opposition supporters to forgive him for associating himself with a regime that ended up polarizing the nation, adding that he had cut ties with President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto.
"I am one of those who signed and started the coalition known as Jubilee and I am sorry. When we were forming that coalition, it was not our intention to tyrannize others with our numbers," he said.
“I have also been tyrannised now. I cannot continue to associate myself or my supporters with that regime,” he said, as quoted by Nation.
Ruto formally joined hands with the opposing coalition National Super Alliance last week where he promised to ensure that he saves the country from the hand Jubilee admiration.