Raphael Tuju appointed Jubilee Party Secretary General

Raphael Tuju appointed Jubilee Party Secretary General

Former Cabinet Minister Raphael Tuju has today been appointed the Jubilee Party Secretary General.

Tuju’s appointment was confirmed at a meeting of the party’s national executive committee today with President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto.

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Members of the Jubilee Party National Executive Committee with President Uhuru Kenyatta and DP William Ruto at State House Nairobi on March 21

The former Rarieda MP has been the party’s head of secretariat receiving nomination papers for aspirants eyeing various elective seats under the party ticket. He replaces Veronica Maina who until today was the party’s secretary general.

But that will now be done by the party’s National Election Board which has since been put in place.

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Then Jubilee Head of Secretariat Raphael Tuju with party secretary general Veronica Maina during a press briefing on February 22

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