By Abdihakim Mohamed
President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy held the first National governing Council (NGC) meeting of their newly launched Jubilee party on Friday, November 4, 2016 at the Bomas of Kenya to form a team that would spearhead the regional politics for the party in the 2017 polls.
Uhuruto disclosed the list after deliberations with veteran and new politicians who agreed with the formation of campaign team on the basis of regions.
Speaking at the Bomas of Kenya, Uhuru defended his administration over corruption related accusations that emerged national wide including Eurobond and the recent health scandal among others highlighted by the opposition who accuse him of laxity in taking action.
He dismissed claims that he tolerates massive corruption in his administrations and said he has done his best to develop the Country since he took power in 2013.
Although there was discontent among some members of the party who felt they were left out, the event ended successful.
Here is the list of preferred regional campaign team for Jubilee Party to spearhead the reelection of their party leaders for 2017 polls:
Kiraitu Murungi, Kithure Kindiki, John Muchiri, Rachael Nyamai, Tiya Galgalo, Regina Ndambuki, Petkey Miriti, Chachu, Joe Mutambo, Victor Munyaka, Dido Ali Raso, Kalembe Ndile and Francis Rehema Galgalo
Majority Leader Aden Duale, Hassan Yussuf, Abbas Sheikh, and Mohamed Mohamud,
Mike Sonko, Maina Kamanda, Rachel Shebesh, Beatrice Elachi, Bishop Margaret Wanjiru, Dennis Waweru and Johnson Sakaja,
Nderitu Gachagua, Esther Murugi, Njogu barua, Sabina Chege, Kembi Gitura, David Kiaraho and Alice Ng’ang’a,
John Munyes, Joyce Laboso, Susan Kihika, Soipan Tuya, Davis Sankok, Katoo Ole Metito, Janet Nangapo, Simon Kachapin and Joyce Emanikor
Joseph Kiangoi, Charles Nyachae, Albert Nyaundi, Walter Nyambati, Mathias Robi, Raphael Tuju, Joash Maangi, Jimmy Angwenyi and Joash Nyamoko
Charles Gimose, Daniel Baraza, Ken Lusaka, Mary emase, Ben Washiali and Justus Kizito,
Naomi Shaban, Salim Mvurya, Zainabu Chidzuga, Gideon Mungaro, Danson Mungatana, and Suleiman Shaabal