A section of Jubilee Party members under the Kanini Kega led faction have dismissed the planned National Delegates Conference organised by former President Uhuru Kenyatta.
The NDC which is planned to take place on Monday comes amidst contention over the party’s leadership.
Speaking on Sunday during a prayer meeting held in Isiolo, Kega warned that the NDC remains illegal until the wrangles with the party are resolved.
“As the Jubilee Party Secretary Jubilee I want to announce that there will be no NDC meeting on Monday. We will call for a meeting at the right time,” said Kega
Nominated Senator Sabina Chege expressed similar views, emphasizing that the former President should refrain from engaging in political matters and instead concentrate on his retirement.
“The NDC slated for Monday is nothing but a normal political meeting. We will call for the official NDC,” she stated
The Jubilee party has been embroiled in leadership wrangles after the Kega led faction made leadership changes which saw Uhuru ousted as party leader.
Sabina Chege was nominated as the party leader in an acting capacity while Kega replaced Jeremiah Kioni as Secretary General.