Watch Sonko Enter Jubilee Mega Event With Splendour

Kiambu Governor William Kabogo and Nairobi Senator Mike Sonko got the crowds stopped in their tracks when they arrived with their show-stopping vehicles to Kasarani Stadium for the Jubilee Grand launch.

The senator stepped in with a procession of motor vehicles  including a posh hummer and high-class Sports Utility Vehicles (SUVs) customized with Jubilee Party logo and colors.

The supreme convoy was led by several high-end motorbikes which were ahead of them.

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Senator Sonko had earlier warned Kenyans of his awe-inspiring entry that was videoed from Nairobi’s Central Business District (CBD) to Kasarani Stadium.

Similarly, Governor Kabogo came riding in a military-grade automobile branded with Jubilee Party symbols.

President Uhuru Kenyatta is also in the stadium and is expected to launch the grand merger, which has seen 11 political parties fold into one.

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Nandi County Governor Dr. Cleophas Lagat had also praised President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy, William Ruto, for the creation of Jubilee Party.

Governor Lagat through a message expressed his admiration for Uhuru and Ruto’s  “historic merger”.

“I take this opportunity, On behalf of the people of Nandi County,  to congratulate H.E President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy H.E William Samoei Ruto on the historic formation of Jubilee Party”Lagat said.

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Pointing out the great package which the new political party will bring, Governor Lagat said that all Kenyans will have the same opportunity irrespective of their ethnic, religious or social backgrounds to work together as one people.

In particular, he noted that his county being cosmopolitan, Jubilee has paved way for Nandi residents to unite.

“Nandi County is a uniquely cosmopolitan County and Jubilee gives us a perfect opportunity to further strengthen our bonds of brotherhood”, Lagat added.