The 2022 general election is fast approaching.Plans are underway to have a credible election.The electoral body IEBC is in a rush to secure the election materials that are needed next year.The parties are strategising to win most of the seats.However,the emergence of smaller parties is likely to complicate the arithmetics of the bigger parties.At this time of coalition makings,majority of the parties are likely to be swallowed by the big parties such as ODM,Jubilee and UDA.
Today was supposed to be Jubilee party's National Delegates Conference.However,the meeting was put off after coinciding with today's presidential address to the nation.It is now said that the meeting will come immediately after Raila's presidential declaration which will be next week.
More details have emerged about the coming Jubilee's NDC meeting.A technical committee would have recommended change of name and slogan of the party.Besides this,the meeting is expected to ratify the list of the new substantive officials.Will these help revamp the party?
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