Uhuru changes venue Meeting

Uhuru changes venue Meeting 

For the contentious Jubilee National Delegates Conference on Monday, former president Uhuru Kenyatta has disclosed a new location.

After his party was denied access to the Bomas of Kenya, Mr. Kenyatta announced the gathering would instead take place at Ngong Racecourse in Nairobi in a notice that appeared in Saturday’s publications.


“Notice is officially issued that the Jubilee NDC will now take place at the Ngong Racecourse in Nairobi. Other details are unchanged from the notification that was published on April 29, 2023.

In an effort to drive out rebels led by East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) MP Kanini Kega and newly nominated MP Sabina Chege, he issued the notification on the same day that the party’s internal dispute resolution committee also published a notice suspending the convention in the daily newspapers.


“The committee directs that the notice issued by the respondent (Mr. Kenyatta) to convene a special national delegates’ convention is hereby stayed and suspended pending the hearing and determination of the dispute,” stated committee head Gideon Solonka.

Uhuru changes venue Meeting 

The Kega faction this week hauled Mr. Kenyatta before the committee for alleged severe wrongdoing, intensifying the struggle for the party’s soul.


By “irregularly” calling the delegates’ conference, Mr. Kenyatta is charged with breaking the party’s constitution.


“Be advised that the Internal Dispute Resolution Committee has received a complaint against you. In a letter to the previous president, it was said, “You are hereby expected to file your answer, along with any supporting material, with the committee within two days of this notification.

“You shall be notified of a hearing date when you shall be accorded an opportunity to be heard before the committee makes its final determination on the matter.”


The Jubilee NDC, which will be used to expel party rebels, will, however, go as scheduled, according to Mr. Kenyatta’s camp.


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