President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto are currently meeting Jubilee governors and MCAs at State House.
The meeting, which started at noon, was also attended by some Cabinet secretaries and Senate Speaker Ken Lusaka.
The meeting comes a day after the Supreme Court ruling that nullified President Kenyatta win in the August 8 General Election.
Addressing the meeting, Mr Ruto said President Kenyatta won the election fairly. He said the party also won majority seats in governor, senate, MP, woman rep and MCA seats.
“We will not succumbed to intimidation from the courts. We won this election, Maraga and his people should know that. We respect the law but we are not fools,” he said.
He said the Supreme Court had its day in court, and Jubilee will also have its chance soon.
“We will interrogate this ruling. Maraga and the three judges had their day, we will also have ours,” he said.
He said they will not allow any move to overhaul the electoral body proposed by the National Super Alliance.
“We will not accept to be taken in circles. IEBC oversaw the election of their (Nasa) MPs and governors. If they think it (IEBC) is not competent, their elected leaders should resign so that we know they are serious,” he said.