On Friday, the officials completed a week long visit to South Africa after an invitation by the country’s ruling African National Congress (ANC) party.
Jubilee Vice Chairman David Murathe, Secretary-General Raphael Tuju and Executive Director James Waweru joined officials of 200 other parties from across the world who had been invited by ANC.
The meeting Dubbed “Political Party Plus Dialogue” was organized by four of the emerging powerful economies Brics (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) to build bridges with other nations.
It was also aimed at forging cooperation in areas of development and multilateralism, while strengthening peace and stability.
Murathe mentioned that Jubilee used the opportunity to push for Kenya’s inclusion into the league of states.
“We hope to add a ‘K’ to the Brics to form BRICKS. The (March 9) handshake has addressed all the concerns about harmony in the continent,” he stated.
In its presentation done by Tuju, Jubilee remarked that with the Building Bridges initiative Kenya is now headed to become a stable and prosperous democracy.
Jubilee has been deepening it’s ties two of the world’s most established political parties — ANC and Chinas Communist party.
It has also reached out to Communist party of Cuba.