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It's Not Late Yet For The National Delegates Convention, Kioni Tells Other Jubilee Members

Members of the Jubilee Party are undoubtedly nervous as the National Delegates Convention approaches. They anticipate a swift response from the party. The concern is heightened by the meeting's postponement. Those considering running for the Jubilee Party are also concerned about how they will conduct their campaigns.

It is important to remember, however, that, unlike other parties, the head of Jubilee is also the President of Kenya. As a result, the events on the President's calendar determine our schedule.

Without him, the National Delegates Convention would be impossible to hold. We will ask our members to be patient and suffer with us. Without a doubt, we know what to do, we understand how much time we have, and we also know where we want to go. We want to go there with a clear head and a single goal in mind.

Furthermore, a responsible President will always prioritize state matters over party issues. Before we go on to the smaller groups, we must first address issues that affect Kenyans.

It's also worth noting that there are a number of difficulties that should be addressed before to the meeting. When it comes to rebranding, we must plan ahead of time, and the same is true for components of the meeting's overall planning.

Jubilee's stakes in the regions where it commands following would be unaffected by the delay. Followers are looking for direction and leadership.

Those who believe in Jubilee's leadership cannot just decamp because of the delays as long as they remain focused. We're talking about important issues here, such as forming the next government, which they can't just ignore because the NDC is late.

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