Jubilee party is one of the well known political parties in the country. It is the current ruling party in Kenya and it is under the leadership of president Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy hon William Ruto. It was formed after unity between TNA and URP party.
Now, let's have a look at what president Uhuru Kenyatta once said about Jubilee party a year ago.On 31st may 2020 Uhuru Kenyatta who happens to be the party leader of Jubilee party wrote a letter to all the members of Jubilee party. This letter was released Jubilee party through their official page on Twitter.
On this letter, president Uhuru Kenyatta tried to explain the goals of Jubilee party to its members. First of all, the head of state said that the Jubilee party is a party meant at bringing unity in the country. He went ahead to say that this party is a home of those individuals with development ideas.
Secondly, the head of state said that Jubilee party is a democratic party which follows all the constitutional procedures on its all activities. He concluded by welcoming everybody to this party.
This statement by Uhuru Kenyatta according to many people is opposite to what is now happening in the party. We have witnessed some Politicians allied to one side of the party being axed from the party due to their divergent ideas. We have also witnessed some complains from party members who says that the party has never called them for a political discussion with party leader opposite to what Uhuru said concerning the issue of having sophisticated political debate.
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