At least 32 Jubilee MPs are locked in a meeting at State House.
State House press secretary Emmanuel Talam confirmed to the Star that the morning meeting started around 8 am.
The meeting consists of both members of the National Assembly and Senate.
Deputy Rigathi Gachagua is also in attendance.
The meeting comes a day after Ruto and Gachagua met nine MPS from Luo-Nyanza and a day before the Azimio Parliamentary Group meeting.
The Star has confirmed the Jubilee MPs have committed to work with the government.
“We want to be part of this government, having been together before the last elections,” MP Adan Keynan.
“At this rate, we will close down our Jubilee house and join you because we are one,” MP Sarah Korere.
“We don’t want to feel left out in your government so we kindly request you to include us in your development plans,” MP Sabina Chege.
DP Gachagua told the MPs that the President was willing and wants to work with everyone.
“The president wants everyone on board and you’re welcome to join us,” he said.
By the star