Full house expected at State House Jubilee meeting
15 December 2015, 12:27
Nairobi - A full house is expected at a Jubilee Coalition top brass meeting at State House Nairobi.
The meeting is being held to chart the way forward on a number of issues regarding the ruling coalition.
Topmost is to look at how the Jubilee Coalition has performed at the National Assembly with both leaders of the parliamentary and Senate teams to be asked questions over the progress.
Also to be discussed is the merger of the Jubilee parties to form the singular Jubilee Alliance Party JAP.
All Jubilee officials have been invited and are expected to attend the meet.
" We expect all Governors, Senators and MPs to be there," Majority Leader of the National Assembly Aden Duale said.
The meeting is set to be chaired by President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy William Ruto.
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Representatives of Jubilee Members of County Assemblies will also be at the meeting to seek the way forward on the merger.
" We have a roadmap and things are looking good. We need time but all will be well," leader of the merger steering committee Kiraitu Murungi told News24.
The merger has seen several stumbling blocks negotiated as the Coalition seeks to head into the 2017 General Elections as one united front.
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