Jubilee Party has rejected further talks with Deputy President William Ruto linked UDA Party over a coalition agreement.
Jubilee vice chairperson David Murathe stated that the pact between Jubilee and UDA formerly Party for Democratic Reform (PDR), is void. He maintained that the move by the ruling party to terminate its affiliation with UDA still stands.
"UDA is no longer a coalition partner. There is no need for more conversations on that issue," Murathe was quoted by a local daily.
He stated that Jubilee will not engage UDA in any battles.
"So long as they don't flout the Jubilee code of conduct through insubordination and abusing leadership," he stated.
"it is up to them to decide whether they want to continue with their UDA, which may occasion by-elections but which we think are not necessary.
"It is a distraction considering that the General Election is a year away. Let them grow their party as we grow ours," Murathe added.
He, however, warned that should the UDA-linked lawmakers stop making subscriptions to Jubilee, then the party would not hesitate to take legal action.
"We will push them out. For such MPs, we are ready to go to a by-election," Murathe warned.
UDA on the other hand had protested to the Registrar of Political Parties the decision by Jubilee to severe ties.