The Jubilee Party has taken a major step in rebranding and revitalizing itself. The party has relocated its headquarters from Pangani to Nairobi’s upmarket Kileleshwa estate, a community known for its beauty, prosperity, and prestige.
According to a statement issued by the party’s Secretary General, Jeremiah Kioni, the new headquarters will be housed in a building off Mandera Road, providing ample space for the party’s operations and growth.
The relocation, he said, is part of the party’s larger plan to revamp and modernize its operations and to help position itself as a leading political force in Kenya.
In the statement, Kioni emphasized that the party’s focus would be on strengthening its county, constituency, and ward offices and increasing its membership base.
He also noted that the new headquarters would serve as a hub for training and developing the next generation of Jubilee leaders. The party is determined to mold and nurture the future leaders of Kenya, who will carry on its legacy and ideals.
The move to Kileleshwa reflects the party’s confidence and ambitions and is a clear signal that the Jubilee Party is determined to grow and evolve in the years to come.
The new headquarters is expected to serve as a hub of political activity and a symbol of the party’s commitment to the future. With its new home in Kileleshwa, the Jubilee Party is poised for continued growth and success in the years ahead.