National Assembly Majority Leader Aden Duale has said he does not belong to anyone.
“I am not anyone’s title deed,” he said on Friday when referring to reports in a local daily that he had dumped Deputy President William Ruto.
There were reports of a rift between Duale and Ruto over the referendum debate.
Duale has called for a change from the presidential to the parliamentary system of government.
Ruto, has on the other hand, been opposed to a referendum.
Duale urged journalists to remain neutral, adding that some of their interactions on social media betray them.
“How will I appear in your show when all the comments online clearly suggest your political inclination,” he posed.