Over 200 Jubilee Party legislators are on Sunday January 26, 2020, expected to meet in Naivasha and discuss BBI, and 2022 elections.

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In a Facebook post, Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria noted that the meeting will come up with Jubilee's recommendation on the BBI, which will be submitted to the task-force.

"Gearing for the first official Jubilee Parliamentary Group Meeting since the release of the BBI report. The meeting that kicks off this evening in Naivasha will come up with the official Jubilee position on BBI scenarios to be presented to the Haji committee and also chart out a road map for our 2022 electoral victory. Over 200 MPs from Jubilee and other like minded members have confirmed attendance," Kuria posted on Facebook.

Meanwhile, a section of Jubilee party leaders led by Senate Majority Leader Kipchumba Murkomen, on Saturday attended the BBI forum in Mombasa.

The leaders vowed to be present in all other BBI Rallies across the country, adding that the push should include all Kenyans, and focus on issues facing locals at the grassroots.