Kanu expects Jubilee to reward it with Cabinet positions and committee slots in Parliament.
Speaking to the Star on the phone yesterday, Kanu secretary general Nick Salat said his party is confident President Uhuru Kenyatta will keep his word.
“Kanu is a strong party that belongs to Kenyans, but for now we are still waiting for the dust to settle after the election so that we can move ahead together as a nation,” Salat said.
“The President said he will form a new inclusive government and we believe he will honour his word,” he added.
The former ruling party will be looking for lucrative positions in the 20-member Cabinet slots when Uhuru reorganises his team for the second term.
Sources hinted that Kanu may get the Interior ministry post which fell vacant after the death of CS Joseph Nkaiserry.