Former Kipipiri Member of Parliament Hon Amos Kimunya, Kieni MP Hon Kanini Kega, and Nyeri Town MP Hon Ngunjiri have informed Plans to make changes within ye Jubilee Party Leader issuing fresh details.
According to the Jubilee legislators they have informed that soon changes will be effected in the Jubilee Party top leadership saying that they are aimed in ensuring they build a strong party ahead of the year 2022.
Led by National Assembly Majority Leader Amos Kimunya has informed that as the Jubilee leaders they will continue weeding out moles that are within the ruling party, saying that that is why they have been holding regular meetings on Thursday's.
“That is why we are weeding out moles and those that have jumped ship to join other parties. We are within time but we have accelerated activities and that is why we are meeting weekly, on Thursdays, to take stock of our progress,” he said as quoted by the Star.
Kieni Member of Parliament Hon Kanini Kega has also reacted saying that they are already finalizing a national delegates conference that will help in the selection of new leaders to replace those currently at the top seat a remark that has been reiterated by Nyeri Town MP Ngunjiri Wambugu.
“We promised Jubilee members that we will have a national delegates conference where the members will exercise their rights and give us the national party leaders. We are almost there,” said Kieni MP Kanini Kega, who is part of the conveners.
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