No Jubilee PG meeting tomorrow - Tuju announces
New twist in alleged Jubilee cracks
Various media houses, including the Nation and the Standard, had independently reported sources who indicated that President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto had on Friday agreed to hold a crisis PG meeting on Tuesday.
Jubilee Secretary General Raphael Tuju has, however, dismissed the media reports, adding that there was no crisis as reported by the media and fanned by a section of MPs allied to the Deputy President.
"After due consultations and after speaking with our parliamentary Majority Leader Aden Duale. I am able to confirm that there will be NO Jubilee Party Parliamentary Group Meeting tomorrow by the Party Leadership. I would like to assure members that there is nothing even remotely close to a crisis in the Party," Tuju's statement read in part.
He added that in the next few weeks, President Kenyatta will host a retreat for Jubilee MPs to "better articulate the Jubilee transformative agenda and other important issues".
However, no definitive dates were provided for the planned retreat.
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