Uhuru Unveils His 2017 Campaign Squad [FULL LIST]

jubilee-partyThe Jubilee Party on Friday held its first National Governing Council (NGC) meeting at the Bomas of Kenya led by President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto.

Reports had indicated that the meeting was convened in order to name Party Officials but contrary to that, only regional campaign officials were named.

Addressing the Jubilee delegates, Ruto announced that the party had selected a group of individuals to lead and plan the party’s campaigns and manifesto.

The team is set to meet Kenyatta on Saturday to strategise on how the campaigns will be carried out across the country ahead of the 2017 Elections.

The DP also stated that Jubilee Party officials will be named after three months, adding that nominations for the party will be conducted by the IEBC.

The list unveiled includes Governors, Senators, Members of Parliament (MPs) and Women Representatives. The team will spearhead the Jubilee agenda in the regions they were allocated.

Here is the full list.

Nairobi 

1. Senator Mike Sonko

2. Women Rep Rachel shebesh

3. Nominated MP Johnson Sakaja

4. Bishop Margaret Wanjiru

5. MP Dennis Waweru

6. MP Maina Kamanda

Central

1. Governor Nderitu Gachagua

2. MP Alice Ng’ang’a

3. MP Esther Murugi

4. Murang’a County Women Rep Sabina Chege

Coast Region

1. MP Gideon Mungaro

2. Women Rep Zainabu Chidzuga

3. Danson Mungatana

4. MP Naomi Shaban

North-Eastern

1. Abbas Mohammed

2. MP Aden Duale

Wester Region

1. Governor Ken Lusaka

2. MP Mary Emase

3. Benjamin Washali

Eastern Region

1 Senator Kiraitu Murungi

2. Kalembe Ndile

3. Rachel Nyamae

4. Reginah Ndambuki

5. Kithure Kindiki

Rift Valley

1. Joyce Laboso

2. John Munyes

3. Katoo Metito

4. Susan Kihika

Nyanza

1. Raphael Tuju

2. Charles Nyachae

3. Joash Maangi

-kenyans.co.ke

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