Nairobi — President Uhuru Kenyatta will this week convene the ruling Jubilee Party's National Executive Committee (NEC) tentatively on Thursday, the first of its kind in three years and second since the party was founded in 2017 after the merger of then Jubilee Coalition affiliate parties.
Addressing a news conference at the party headquarters in Pangani Estate, Nairobi, Tuju confirmed that the party will also hold a Parliamentary Group Meeting for the Members of the National Assembly.
The National Executive Committee (NEC) consist of the following members: all National Officials, the National Advisory Council members, National Assembly Leader, Senate Leader, Chairpersons of the Party Parliamentary Caucuses, Chairperson of the Governor's Caucus, The Party Whips in Senate and National Assembly and Secretary to the Parliamentary Group.
NEC also has representation from National MCA Caucus, Women's League, Youth League, Persons with Disabilities League; National Diaspora League, The National Council of Elders and The Jubilee Foundation
Other members include the National Business Council, Executive Director and Deputy Executive Director.
The Jubilee Party Secretary General announced the party had also moved to formalize changes made to the Party's National Management Committee (NMC) after they addressed procedural issues which had been flagged by the Registrar of Political Parties.