Uhuru is Jubilee leader, he’s going nowhere after 2022 – Ngunjiri says

Tuesday, December 7th, 2021 18:39 |
Nyeri Town MP Ngunjiri Wambugu PHOTO/COURTESY

Nyeri Town Member of Parliament Ngunjiri Wambugu has maintained that President Uhuru Kenyatta will not leave the office as Jubilee party leader after the 2022 general elections.

Speaking to the press in Nyeri Town, Ngunjiri said that the president will not retire from active politics after the elections and that he will continue holding his role as the Jubilee party leader for a couple of years after leaving office.

"Our party leader is not going to retire from politics. He is going to continue being the party leader for a couple of years even after he retires from politics,” said Ngunjiri.

Speaking on the party's declining popularity in Mt Kenya, Ngunjiri said that they will embark on strengthening the party in the region in the coming days. He noted that the party's primary objective is to ensure they deliver the promises they gave to electorates in 2017.

The lawmaker further revealed that once the party reignites serious political activities, it will reverse all the gains Deputy President William Ruto has made in the region.

Ngunjiri also confirmed that members of the Jubilee party will be available at the ODM Party Leader Raila Odinga's much-publicized event that is set for December 10, 2021, at Kasarani stadium.

He also revealed that Jubilee party is planning to hold its National Delegates Conference before the end of the year to chart the way forward.

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