By Kamadi Amata
Former President Uhuru Kenyatta has announced a new venue for the Jubilee Party National Delegates Conference. The conference, which was originally scheduled for May 22, faced challenges in securing a location due to ongoing renovations at the Bomas of Kenya, the Kasarani Indoor Auditorium, and the ASK Show Ground Hall.
In a notice issued on Saturday, Uhuru informed party members that the conference will now take place at Ngong Race Course in Nairobi. He emphasized that all other details mentioned in the previous notice, published on April 29, remain unchanged.
The decision to relocate the conference came after the party’s access to the initial venues was denied. Jubilee Party Secretary General Jeremiah Kioni accused the Kenya Kwanza regime of attempting to interfere with their party. Kioni affirmed that despite the obstacles, the NDC would proceed as planned, stating that they had secured alternative venues for the conference.
Kioni expressed determination to protect the party’s rights, stating that no amount of intimidation or frustration would derail their mission. He assured party delegates that they would stay in touch and keep them informed about the developments regarding the NDC.