Jubilee party has appointed a new National Executive Council (NEC) board.
Jubilee party Secretary General Jeremiah Kioni while speaking during the National Delegates Conference (NDC) held at the Ngong Racecourse on Monday, stated that the party has decided to make the changes after a section of its members proved to be disloyal to the party.
Moreover, Kioni noted that a NEC meeting was convened on April 28, 2023, and the members sitting on the board did not show up.
Kioni added that it was in that meeting that they decided to fill the NEC positions with loyal, faithful, and trustworthy members who support the party’s interests.
According to Kioni, the outgoing NEC members, have either shown allegiance to other parties, resigned from their positions, or have been appointed to other commissions.
Some of the outgoing NEC members include Kanini Kega, Sabina Chege, Jimmy Angwenyi, Naomi Shaban, Nelson Nzuya, Joshua Kuttuny, Mutava Musymi, Rachel Nyamai, Advice Mundalo, Joel Kibe and Wangoi Gichuru.
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Additionally, the incoming NEC members include Beatrice Gambo, Maoka Maore, Joseph Manje, Saitoti Torome, Yassin Nur and blogger Pauline Njoroge.
Others are Jamleck Kamau, Maison Lechome, Agnes Nthumbi (Youth League) Anthony Manyara, Nderitu Mureithi and Amina Ugdon Siyad (Parliamentary Secretary).
Jeremiah Kioni stated that all party members who have promoted ideas of other parties have been deregistered from the party membership roll.
He further added that Jubilee Party remains a constituent member of Azimio la Umoja Coalition Political Party.
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