Uhuru Summons Jubilee Party Delegates for a Special Sitting in Nairobi

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Jubilee Party leader Uhuru Kenyatta has issued a notice for a special National Delegates Conference to be held in Nairobi on 22nd May 2023 at the Bomas of Kenya.

In a notice published in the country’s leading newspapers, Mr. Kenyatta has listed three issues among them, the review, formulation, and approval of party policies as part of the meeting’s agenda. Others are to receive a status report from the National Executive Committee as well as the consideration and approval of other matters by the party.

The former president made an unannounced appearance at Jubilee Party headquarters Wednesday amid the emergence of two camps in the former ruling outfit.

The Jubilee leader visited the party offices in Kileleshwa just moments after supporters of current officials and a faction that is claiming to be bonafide leaders of the party clashed.

During the confrontation, the police are said to have intervened to quell the situation and in the process lobbed teargas canisters much to the chagrin of those who reside in the vicinity.

The former President also expressed displeasure over the turn of events. 

“You throw teargas so as to take the office by force. That is not right and that is not constitutional,” he charged.

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