Kega Suspends Uhuru planned NDC amidst Jubilee leadership Row

EALA MP Kanini Kega has published a suspension of the proposed Jubilee national delegates convention meeting convened by former president Uhuru Kenyata.

In the paid article to a local daily, Kanini has called off the meeting saying the former head of state did not follow guidelines to convene the meeting.

The party secretary general Kanini instead said Jubilee will soon convene a special delegates convention that will be chaired by Sabina Chege whom he declared party leader.

“Take notice that the Jubilee Party National Executive Committee (NEC) has suspended the notice for a Special National Delegates Conference published in the print media on April 29,” read the notice dated May 10.

“The party will in due course issue a notice convening a Special National Delegates Conference pursuant to the resolution of NEC dated February 2023,” said the acting secretary general.

Meanwhile, a host of Jubilee leaders from Samburu County have tarnished the suspension by Kioni adding that together with Sabina Chege the two leaders will land the party’s downfall.

According to Ex samburu nominated women rep Maison Leshomo, the leader recognise  retired president as their party leader

Former head of state Uhuru Kenyatta had issued a four week notice to convene the  NDC on  the 22nd of May 

Kanini Kega has protested the exclusion of Jubilee party’s Adan Keynan  in the proposed membership of the bipartisan select committee.

In a letter to the bipartisan committee, Kanini says  the proposed mandate of the committee will have far-reaching implications in if Jubilee party is excluded arguing that the party hold a larger number of lawmakers in both parliaments 

The party has demanded that no further discussions on the proposed bipartisan talks take place until their party’s demands are addressed.

Kenya Kwanza replaced Adan Keynan with  nominated Saku MP Dido Rasso.

This came after Azimio  announced that it was willing to suspend its planned Thursday anti-government demonstrations if Kenya Kwanza acceded to its demand on Keynan.

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