Jubilee Party elected leaders on Wednesday convened in Nairobi to affirm the party’s exit from the Azimio Coalition, a meeting that saw the lawmakers reject Uhuru Kenyatta and label his style of leadership dictatorial.

The elected leaders summit was convened by the party’s National Executive Committee at Nairobi’s Safari Park Hotel in conjunction with the National and County Elected Leadership.

”Jubilee Party rejects the dictatorial one-man leadership that characterized the affairs of our party between 2017 and 2022 and that led to our dismal performance in the 2022 general election, Jubilee Ni Sisi! Jubilee Ni Yetu,” the statement reads in part.

The meeting also resolved to ensure the former ruling party, currently rocked by a sharp division between two factions led by Sabina Chege and the other, Uhuru Kenyatta, will only be governed through its established organs in accordance with its constitution and regulations.

”Jubilee Party elected leaders will continue leading party activities and programmes in all our counties, constituencies and wards. The only party offices recognized are those approved by NEC and elected leaders.”

Being the third largest party in Parliement, Jubilee boasts of 28 Members in the National Assembly, 5 Senators and 126 Members of County Assembly.