- Jubilee Party
Jubilee Secretary General Jeremiah Kioni, on Thursday, February 2, held a meeting with the party's grassroots leaders in Kiambu as the party sought to consolidate its grip in the country.
According to a statement from the party, the meeting brought together regional party leaders and former aspirants who vied for various elective positions on Jubilee tickets.
The leaders deliberated on, among other items, strategies aimed at enhancing the party's support for the party at the grassroots level and nationally.
They resolved to embark on a mobilization campaign set to be rolled out later in the year across the country.Jubilee party Secretary General Jeremiah Kioni at a past press event.Jubilee party
Kioni and the party's secretariat will traverse the nation to meet leaders as part of its new tact of revamping its presence in national politics.
In addition, the Jubilee leaders affirmed their allegiance to the Azimio la Umoja Coalition. They requested to host one of the rallies organized by opposition chief Raila Odinga in the Mount Kenya region.
"The talks revolved around supporting the Party Mashinani & strengthening Jubilee's presence in the county," Jubilee announced.
The declaration came a day after Kioni announced the shift of Jubilee's Headquarters from its former base in Pangani to a new apartment in Kileleshwa.
In the statement released on Wednesday, February 1, the former ruling party announced that it would shift its focus to strengthening its regional offices at the counties and constituency levels.
"Our focus will be on strengthening our county, constituency and ward offices and recruiting more members as we mould and nurture the next generation of Jubilee Leaders," the statement signed by Kioni read.
The intensified party activities came amid renewed agitation from the opposing faction of the Azimio la Umoja Coalition affiliates.
Jubilee lost its ground to newbies in the political scene, which saw it lose its status as the majority party in Parliament.
In particular, during the last general election, most of Jubilee's candidates in Mount Kenya lost as President William Ruto's United Democratic Alliance stamped its authority in the region.Jubilee party Secretary-General Jeremiah Kioni during an interview with Kenyans.co.ke on Tuesday, January 24, 2023.Kenyans.co.ke
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