Jubilee party was one of the most vibrant and popular political party in Kenya. The party enjoyed massive support from different parts of the country. The party began to lose its popularity after the famous handshake between president Uhuru Kenyatta and former prime minister Raila Odinga. This handshake split the party into two hence losing it's popularity countrywide.
Jubilee women caucus from Mount Kenya region are meeting in Nyeri county for a two-day consultative meeting in a bid to revive the ruling party in the region. The meeting was officially opened by Nyeri deputy governor Hon. Caroline Karugu.
The two-day retreat brings together Mount Kenya region opinion shapers and the region's Jubilee allied women leaders. Women mentors, grassroots mobilizers and aspirants from the region are also present in the meeting. Renowned women leaders from the region will be joining the meeting tomorrow.
Speaking during the launch, Nyeri deputy governor Hon. Caroline Karugu said that Jubilee women caucus aims at mentoring women leaders and inspiring them to join elective politics. This retreat will also mobilize the region behind Jubilee party.
Mount Kenya region is famously known for its unity during voting. It votes as a block during elections. This meetings are meant to consolidate the region's votes ahead of 2022 polls.
This information was posted by Nyeri deputy governor Hon. Caroline Karugu on her official Facebook page.
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