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Uhuru Kenyatta sued over allegations of planning an “unlawful” meeting

Former nominated MP and Jubilee Party member Hassan Osman has made a request to the Political Parties Disputes Tribunal (PPDT) to prevent former President Uhuru Kenyatta from convening the Jubilee Party National Delegates Conference on May 22nd, 2023.

Osman has raised concerns that the conference could be wrongful and unlawful, potentially destabilizing the party. He claims that the two factions within the party-one led by Kenyatta, Jeremiah Kioni, and Kagwe Gichohi, and the other led by Sabina Chege and Kanini Kega- have acted in an unlawful and unprocedural manner, attempting to fabricate the party’s constitution, membership, and leadership.


Osman is seeking an urgent court order to prevent the NDC from taking place, citing concerns that the party’s branches are currently inactive, and that party documents are not readily available.

He fears that strangers may participate in the delegates’ conference.

The matter is currently awaiting a rulling from the court.