Uhuru promises aggressive Jubilee Party campaigns across the country

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President Uhuru Kenyatta on Friday afternoon held a meeting with Jubilee Party legislators in State House, Nairobi, where the Head of State promised to wage an aggressive Jubilee party grassroots campaigns, which will include rebranding the ruling outfit, recruiting new members, coalition-building as well as the party’s nominations ahead of the 2022 general elections.

According to MPs who attended the meeting as well as a number of online reports, Uhuru Kenyatta said Jubilee will be primarily focussed on how to be the majority party in the Council of Governors, the two bi-cameral Houses, and at least 33 county assemblies across the republic.

Read: Uhuru: I am not mad to bypass my deputy and settle on Raila whom I hated

The Head of State disclosed he will still be the Jubilee Party leader even during and after the August polls and will lead the ruling party in negotiating for a stake in the next government, which he said will build on his achievements and continue with his good work.

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