President Uhuru to fund all Jubilee party aspirants

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President Uhuru Kenyatta has promised to fund and cater for all campaign expenses on any Kenyan who will be seeking an elective post in August via the Jubilee Party ticket.

Speaking on Friday afternoon at a meeting with the ruling party MPs, the Head of State said he was not selfish and that those the IEBC had cleared to run on Jubilee will have their campaign machinery oiled.

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It will be full throttle for the Jubilee party in the political scene from now henceforth, the party’s parliamentary group meeting resolved and gave President Uhuru the green light to lead the outfit into post-2022 power talks.

“Jubilee has been silent because it has been at work. Now that the political season is with us, it’s moving into politics,” President Uhuru said.

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Despite Kenyatta exiting the political scene after completing his 10-year constitutional term as the head of state, the party has agreed to have him steer the party in the 2022 general elections.

“Uhuru Kenyatta will continue as the Jubilee Party Leader, even as the party enters into the political season. He will lead the party to achieve the goals and objectives stipulated,” a source who attended the meeting alluded.

The meeting at Statehouse comes days before the party’s National Delegates Convection slated on Feb 25 and 26th at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC). The delegates conference is expected to ratify support for Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader Raila Odinga in the presidential race.

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