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JP Aspirants Throng Jubilee Offices To Verify Their Data Ahead Of April 21 Nominations.

Raphael Tuju, Jubilee Party’s Secretary General 
Hundreds of Jubilee Party aspirants have jammed the party headquarters seeking to verify their registration details ahead of the April 21st party primaries.

The process kicked off early Wednesday morning amid fears by some aspirants that some of their details were missing in crucial party files including photos.

Raphael Tuju, the party’s Secretary General Wednesday released a statement stating that Jubilee had already submitted a membership list to the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) comprising of 7.5 million members.

He said that only enlisted members will participate in primaries.
Tuju also announced the appointment of Winnie Guchu as the new Executive Director of the Party as well as other directors to head different directorates of JP.

The nominations will be overseen by the National Elections Board through CEBs which the party said will be swapped to other counties to ensure a free and fair selection of flag-bearers for various elective seats. 

Last week, party officials warned JP aspirants planning to disrupt county meetings by booing or violence saying that anyone found behaving in an unbecoming manner will face disciplinary action.

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