Various political parties are busy strategizing themselves ahead of 2022 polls. One of the parties is Jubilee party. The party has lost his vibrancy and popularity due to its internal wrangles. Various elected leaders from the ruling party have decamped to other parties. Another fraction led by deputy president William Ruto has defected to a new UDA party.
Today leaders from Jubilee party met in Kiambu county to restructure the party ahead of 2022 general elections. The leaders held consultative discussion on how to restructure the ruling party which has gradually lost its initial popularity and vibrancy in the country.
The leaders deliberated on various issues including Jubilee party leadership and other matters raised by elected leaders from Kiambu county and entire Mount Kenya region. This meetings have been taking place and a meant to restructure the leadership of Jubilee party and give it fresh impetus and vibrancy ahead of next general election.
The leaders promised to continue holding this consultative meetings in various parts of the country. Various Jubilee elected leaders attended the consultative meeting in Kiambu led by Kiambu govenor James Nyoro and majority leader Amos Kimunya. Various legislators from Kiambu and Mount Kenya region attended the meeting.
This information was shared by Kiambu govenor James Nyoro on his official Facebook page.
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