The ground is set for the jubilee in national delegates convention that is scheduled to happen tomorrow along Ngong Road at racecourse. This is after former president Uhuru kenyatta through assigned notice revealed that the party will be holding its first NDC meeting.
From the images the ground is set with Bernice under the tent where the delegates are expected to meet already up and running with the sound system already set. This is according to the Jubilee party facebook page where they have called on all delegates to attend the event tomorrow.
The event is happening despite a Fallout between members of Parliament who are elected under the Jubilee party and defected to join William ruto and asexual that has remained loyal to former president Uhuru kenyatta.
Earlier on the team was denied access at the kenyatta international convention centre and the bomas of Kenya where they had announced that they will be holding their meetings but they were denied access
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