Ngunjiri was flanked by among others vice-chair George Mwitha, national organizing secretary Noor Ali Aden, Secretary General Jimmy Kuria, women leader Fatuma Abdulrahaman and youth leader Abdi Majid.
The party is considering forming alliance with parties with similar ideals ahead of elections and may not be keen on fielding a presidential candidate.
“The National Executive Council will decide whether or not as a party we need to field a presidential candidate. Our focus right now is on parliamentary and county positions,” Aden said.
Aden said the party will field a candidate in the Kangema by-election scheduled for September 17.
“As a party, we will facilitate internally displaced persons to field candidates at the county level so that they are represented in decision making process,” an official John Gakuo said.
The party officials said they will also give special considerations to the disabled and the marginalised during nominations for the senate and national assembly seats after elections.
Matiba was kicked of the Saba Saba Asili party following leadership wrangles following his ill health that could not allow him to preside over day-to-day activities of the party.