Kimilili Member of Parliament Didmus Barasa has claimed that the Jubilee party's Naivasha meeting which is scheduled to kick off on Monday will be similar to the Sagana meeting.

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The Sagana meeting saw President Uhuru Kenyatta meet leaders largely drawn from the Mount Kenya region where he discussed with them various issues in regard to the Jubilee party and his administration.

The Kimilili MP created the comparison while listing the agendas that will be discussed during the Naivasha meeting.

According to Barasa, the meeting will be focused on developing the party, discussing BBI rallies, regional economic empowerment among others.

He further noted that they will also observe those ones who were supporting Deputy President William Ruto.

“We will bond, plan on how to strengthen the party, schedule BBI sensitisation meetings, plan economic empowerment meetings with regions similar to the Sagana meeting, and also most importantly evaluate our numbers in the Senate and National Assembly of those behind William Ruto,”  the MP said, as quoted by The Standard.

Reports from The Standard indicate that a section of Jubilee party members was planning to skip the meeting as they felt it was aimed at drawing support for DP Ruto.

The party seems to continue suffering the division that has seen a number of the members align themselves with President Uhuru Kenyatta while others declare support for the Deputy President.