Nairobi, Nov. 21 -- The Tangatanga camp has tactfully retreated from rocking Jubilee Party from within - on Deputy President William Ruto's orders - even as it emerged that it is reluctant to lead a 'No' campaign against the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) referendum slated for next June.

The Saturday Nation has learnt Dr Ruto, in a meeting with his inner circle on Tuesday, pleaded with them to stop attacking the ruling party and its leader President Uhuru Kenyatta.

The call for ceasefire came moments after Jubilee Party deputy secretary-general Caleb Kositany wrote to the Registrar of Political Parties seeking its intervention to force the party to hold grassroots elections.

Sources at the Tuesday meeting said the DP asked for the let...