The mega Jubilee National Delegates Conference at the KICC has brought huge changes in Jubilee Party led by President Uhuru Kenyatta.
The conference was attended by numerous influential party leaders including Kalonzo Musyoka, Martha Karua, Charity Ngilu, Kivutha Kibwana, Amason Kingi, and Peter Kenneth. Hon. Raila later joined the podium after ODM NDC at Kasarani Stadium.
The many who have been waiting for the official rapture of the old jubilee party to a new Jubilee Party of a new slogan, new coloring, and budge. The new Jubilee are now calling themselves the red armies of Mountain with the slogan ``mbele pamoja`` as the logo is of a white dove carrying a flower.
The new party also got rid of members who had defected the party prior which was against the command of the party leader President Uhuru. Among those who have now been officially sacked from their party offices are; DP William Ruto, former upper house Majority leaders Murkomen and Kang`ata. Many other parliamentarians from Aden Dwale to Imani Ichungwa have also defected from the party.
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