The Jubilee Party has convened its National Delegates Conference (NDC) on November 30th in Nairobi, a meeting which will see Deputy President William Ruto and his allies who have since decamped to the United Democratic Alliance (UDA), kicked out from the ruling party.
In a notice on Monday, the party’s Secretary-General Raphael Tuju says the party will hold the much-awaited meeting at the Kasarani Stadium in Nairobi.
“The agenda of the NDC shall be to review, formulate and/or approve all policies of the party,” Tuju said in the notice.
He said the party will also consider, amend, review/or ratify the party constitution to ensure compliance with the Constitution and the Political Parties Act.
Also to be considered at the NDC are “other matters referred by the National Executive Committee or the National Governing Council.”
On Thursday last week, the Jubilee Party parliamentary caucus hinted that deputy party leader William Ruto will be kicked out of his position together with other legislators who have decamped to United Democratic Alliance (UDA).
The MPs who are President Uhuru’s staunch supporters said it was wrong for Ruto to still hold a position in the ruling party when he is promoting the interests of another political outfit.
”For instance in Juja, DP Ruto in an angry speech said that hawa watu ni bure kabisa. In fact he used the word bure kabisa over 10 times in a single road-side speech. Bure meaning ‘useless’, is best the way he could describe millions of Mt Kenya residents and other Kenyans who support Jubilee and their leader Uhuru Kenyatta,” they said in a statement.