Warring Embu county Jubilee Party interim officials have ended their wrangles and agreed to work together to build the party and boost the voter registration bringing to an end the two months tussle.
This came after the leaders agreed on the slots that the elected leaders and aspirants agreed to share the 19 slots so as to bring to an end the disagreements.
Party interim chairman Elias Kathiga said that the agreement was pushed by the Party headquarters after realizing that the wrangles are having a negative impact on voter registration.
Kathiga said that they are now bringing together all the aspirants so as to harmonize the voter registration campaigns.
On his Part, Interim Secretary General Johnstone Nyaga said that all the wrangles are now a past tense, adding that all the party members should join hands and push the Jubilee manifesto forward.
He said that all efforts will now be directed into building the party at the county level and marshaling enough people to register as voters.