He noted that for the country to have a strong development foundation, peace and unity, the country’s politics should be anchored on national politics and not parties formed on ethnic basis.
“It’s high time for Kenya to have political parties with a national outlook instead of having small political parties that have been formed on tribal grounds. This small parties will take us nowhere,” he said.
Ruto said the Jubilee party set the pace for other political parties after they merged more than 10 parties into a national party that has united Kenyans.
ODM, Ford Kenya, Wiper and ANC followed suit ahead of the August 8, 2017 elections after they merged into the NASA coalition.