Uhuru Kenyatta, the previous president, has lost the struggle for the Jubilee Party's spirit. After the Office of the Registrar of Political Parties certified his expulsion from the Jubilee Party, this occurred.

Uhuru and his associates, including Jeremiah Kioni and David Murathe, are no any more Jubilee participants; hence, they are unable to operate as representatives of the party, claims the Registrar of Political Parties, Anne Nderitu.

She described the Jubilee NDC from yesterday as unlawful. She said that she sent her order to Kanini Kega and the group's deputy secretary general, Joshua Kutuny.

Furthermore, it should be noted that the party has completed the disciplinary proceedings against Hon. Jeremiah Kioni, Hon. David Murathe, and Mr Kagwe Gichohi, in which they took part by Section 14B (2) of the Political Parties Act of 2011 (PPA).

"As a result, the party dismissed Mr Kagwe and expelled Hon. Kioni and Hon. Murathe. This Office is pleased that the party committed to the due procedure after reviewing the supplied papers by the PPA and the party constitution," according to a portion of the letter from ORPP to Kutuny.

Sabina Chege's position as the party's head and Kanini Kega's position as secretary general were both reaffirmed by Ms Nderitu.

Speaking yesterday, Kutuny pointed out that the National Delegates Conference conducted on May 21 at the Ngong Race Course was unlawful, according to a statement made by the Office of the Registrar of Political Parties.

Kutuny clarified that Kega's wing represented the genuine leadership of the party and that this meant that the Uhuru-led National Delegates Conference and its decisions were invalid.

Uhuru allegedly ejected Kega and Sabina Chege from Jubilee at yesterday's NDC, among other dissidents, but according to the ORPP, he lacks the authority to do so.

Jubilee letter to true leaders

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