The Jubilee Party held its first National Governing Council (NGC) meeting on Friday, November 4, at the Bomas of Kenya to deliberate on a number of issues. Among them was to form a team that would spearhead President Uhuru Kenyatta’s national campaigns as he seeks to be re-elected in the 2017 polls.
Uhuru also took the opportunity to highlight what his government has achieved since assuming power in 2013.
He also took a swipe at opposition leader Raila Odinga who is a fierce critic of the Jubilee administration, and dismissed claims that there is massive corruption in his government.
Joyce Laboso, John Munyes, Soipan Tuya, Joyce Emanikor, Susan Kihika, Katoo Ole Metito, Simon Kachapin, Janet Nangapo and Davis Sankok.
Esther Murugi, Nderitu Gachagua, Alice Ng’ang’a, Sabina Chege, Kembi Gitura, Njogu barua and David Kiaraho.
Aden Duale, Mohamed Mohamud, Abbas Sheikh and Hassan Yussuf.
Kiraitu Murungi, Rachael Nyamai, Regina Ndambuki, Petkey Miriti, Victor Munyaka, Kithure Kindiki, Kalembe Ndile, Tiya Galgalo, Dido Ali Raso, Francis Chachu, Rehema Galgalo, Joe Mutambo and John Muchiri.
Charles Nyachae, Albert Nyaundi, Raphael Tuju, Joash Maangi, Joash Nyamoko, Joseph Kiangoi, Walter Nyambati, Jimmy Angwenyi and Mathias Robi.
Daniel Baraza, Ken Lusaka, Ben Washiali, Mary emase, Justus Kizito and Charles Gimose.
Salim Mvurya, Gideon Mungaro, Zainabu Chidzuga, Danson Mungatana, Suleiman Shaabal and Naomi Shaban.