The Jubilee Party has named those leaders that they plan to block from ascending to the Presidency issuing fresh details.
Speaking after the National Management Committee Meeting held today at the Jubilee Headquarters, Pangani. The Jubilee Secretary General Raphael Tuju has re-assured Kenyans that they are very busy working out on a formula to deliver the best leadership after President Uhuru's exit, revealing that soon they will be holding a National Delegates Conference.
"We are preparing for our National Delegate Conference meeting and that is the highest organ of the party and the reason why we decided to have a much more broad-based meeting rather than the NMC in the inclusion of our stakeholders from Parliament is so that they can add input in the agenda that we have in preparation of our NDC," Jubilee Secretary General Raphael Tuju has said.
Adding that " We have also discussed on launching various caucuses across the country and we are soon going to give an update immediately after the launching."
Emphasizing what President Uhuru recently said. The Jubilee Party Leade has informed that their focus is the leadership of this country stating that "thieves" will not be given a chance to lead this country.
"We have also agreed to continue supporting the President including ensuring that the next Kenyan leadership will be formed by those that Kenyans do not doubt. We don't want Kenyans to elect thieves going forward," Tuju has said.
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