Jubilee Party moves its headquarters to Kileleshwa as it shifts focus on regional representation
The Jubilee Party has announced that it has relocated its headquarters to a new address moving its location from the well known headquarters in Pangani along Thika road.
The new party headqaurters will now be in the Kileleshwa area, off Mandera Road.
The party, in a letter to its members, said the move was made in order to focus on strengthening the party’s county, constituency, and ward offices as well as increasing its membership base.
According to the Secretary General, Jeremiah Kioni, the relocation of the headquarters is an important step in the party’s efforts to mould and nurture the next generation of Jubilee leaders.
The Jubilee Party is one of Kenya’s most influential political parties, and its headquarters relocation is expected to bring about a new level of organization and efficiency as it works to build its support base and expand its reach, and the new headquarters will provide a central hub for these efforts.
Jubilee Party headquarters in Pangani was put up for auction last year. The building on Thika Road had been crucial in Jubilee’s campaigns in 2017 but has seen little activity since the formation of William Ruto’s United Democratic Alliance (UDA).
Garam Investments Auctioneers, who had put the building up for auction, stated that the total lettable area of the building was 34,000 sq.ft. The title was a leasehold interest for 99 years at a yearly rate of KES 78,000 and had an estimated monthly rental income of KES 3 million. The auction was scheduled to take place on September 13th, 2022 at Garam Investments Auctioneers’ offices in Westlands, Nairobi.