Jubilee Targeting 50 MP Seats In Mt Kenya

Jubilee Targeting 50 MP Seats In Mt Kenya In The August General Elections To Teny DP William Ruto a Parliamentary Majority. 

During the August 9 general elections, the Jubilee party hopes to win at least 50 parliamentary seats in Mount Kenya, denying DP William Ruto a legislative majority.

The move by Jubilee might deny Ruto’s plans to control parliament in the next administration. 

In the next parliament, Ruto’s UDA party hopes to gain at least 270 seats in parliament, including 32 senators.

If Raila Odinga’s Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition candidate wins the election, the figures, according to President Kenyatta’s aides, will empower their party leader to negotiate on behalf of their constituents.

They anticipate Mr. Odinga will only serve one term as president, prompting a second succession election in 2027.

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Jubilee party secretary General Jeremiah Kioni told Nation newspaper; “The President has urged us to leave our offices, boardrooms, and hotels to campaign. It’s time to hit the ground running.”

“We are in the process of identifying aspirants in Nairobi, Nakuru, Nyandarua, Kiambu, Murang’a, Kirinyaga, Nyeri, Embu, Meru, Tharaka Nithi and Laikipia. We need numbers in 2027,” he said. 

“If we manage to post 11 counties to the Council of Governors, and an equal number of senators and woman reps, then top up with at least 50 MPs, Mr Kenyatta will be leading a vibrant legion and will have the direct ear of President Odinga, should he win,” he added.

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