Jubilee organizes a national conference of its members at the end of November

The Jubilee Party has announced a date when the party will hold a national conference of its members-NDC, to make changes aimed at expelling some of the members who are intended to be rebels in the party.

Last week, the party announced that it would make changes at the grassroots level to the national level, removing those who had been accused of undermining the party’s performance.
On Tuesday, the party’s secretary general, Raphael Tuju, issued a statement calling for a long-awaited national assembly of its members.
“In accordance with section 7: 1 of the Jubilee party constitution, a national meeting of members will be held at 4 am on November 30, 2021, at Kasarani Stadium,” Tuju said in a statement.
According to Tuju, the agenda of the delegation will, among other things, change, design and approve all party policies.
However, plans to expel suspected members of the Jubilee party appear to be gaining momentum, according to Tuju.