Jubilee party to borrow a leaf from Chinese Communist Party School

The Jubilee Party will borrow a leaf from the Chinese Communist Party School in strengthening its structure from the grass root level with Nakuru county being the first to implement such.

Speaking after holding a meeting with a delegation from China, officials from Jubilee Party Headquarters as well as officials from Nakuru Jubilee office, Nakuru Deputy Governor Dr.Erick Korir said the move is paramount as far as the party structure is concerned.

While noting that Nakuru was the centre of Kenya’s politics, the DG said there was need to borrow a leaf from Chinese Communist party in transforming the livelihood of the people through strong political parties with ideologies on transformation.

“The purpose of the meeting was actually to see on ways in which we can strengthen the party from the grass root level all the way to the top. We want to borrow a leaf from Chinese in strengthening the party and improving the livelihood of the people” said Dr.Korir.

On his part, Deputy Head of mission form China Li Xuhang lauded Nakuru county and Kenya in general for the steps taken so far.He noted that there were so much that the counties and the nation at large can learn from China’s system of governance citing the Chinese Communist Party School as paramount in shaping the political career of individuals.

“China is very important for the younger generation who want to venture into political career as they have to go through the Chinese Communist Party School and therefore there is more that Nakuru and Kenya can learn” said Li Xuhang.

Similar sentiments echoed by Prof.Hu Vjauhua who said the coming of his delegation to Nakuru  was key in exchanging ideas with the Jubilee Party officials.

He added that the main aspect of governing parties is to ensure improved livelihood of the people through better party structures.

“We have come as a delegation to exchange with our Jubilee counterparts on strategies and practices that can improve governance” said Prof.Hu Vjauhua.

Bahati MP Onesmus Kimani Ngunjiri who is also the chair Nakuru County MPs caucus welcomed the move saying it will help the Jubilee party at grass root level.

While noting that the Chinese delegation will ensure an academy for the party, the vocal legislator said such a move will ensure discipline in the party with clear structure of governance from the grass root level to the top.

“Now we are going to have an academy for the party as well as structures in place to ensure smooth running of the party” said Ngunjiri.

The meeting was also attended by Nakuru County assembly Speaker Eng.Joel Maina Kairo,Nakuru County Jubilee Party chairman  David Manyara among other leaders.

 

PHOTO/NGCU: Nakuru Deputy Governor Dr.Erick Korir chairing a meeting that brought together delegation from China and officials from Jubilee party headquarters in Nakuru on 16th July 2018.

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