Jubilee Party Vice-Chairman David Murathe has announced that President Uhuru Kenyatta will stay on as Party Leader even after his second term as Head of State expires in 2022.
Speaking in Gatanga on Friday, Murathe explained that President Kenyatta 'would play a supervisory role' as the party expected to form the next administration after the 2022 General Election.
"President Uhuru will still be the leader of our party even after his term ends," Murathe declared.
He further revealed that a team from the Communist Party of China would be brought in to offer Jubilee support and information on how to strengthen it's structures.
According to Murathe, the team is expected in the country as early as next week.
[caption caption="Jubilee Vice-Chairman David Murathe"][/caption]
Murathe also called on opposition parties to fold and form one party as Jubilee had done.
He stated: "The Jubilee Party has merged 13 parties into one and I wish the opposition can also do the same."
He called on the MCAs to resolve their differences amicably as they were portraying the county and it's leaders in bad light.
"It is upsetting to see the MCAs continuously in the limelight for the wrong reasons. I'm asking the MCAs to respect the governor and the governor should also listen to them," Murathe stated.
[caption caption="President Kenyatta with DP Ruto at a past event"][/caption]