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TNA nominations will be free and fair

07 January 2013, 14:41 Kelvin Wanjohi

The National Alliance Party secretary general in Laikipia Michael Kabochi has assured aspirants that the nominations that will be held on January 17 shall be free, fair and transparent.

Speaking in Nyahururu town, Kabochi aspirants not to panic and engage in peaceful campaigns saying that the party is working hard to ensure that the nominations will be held successfully.

He advised those who have not registered with the party to do so because only those who are in the TNA register will be allowed to participate in the nomination process.

“There are some aspirants who still have hangovers from previous parties and are spreading unfounded rumours on the nomination process. Everyone shall harvest what they sowed,” noted Kabochi.

He said that there is still room for more aspirants and every one shall be treated equally by the party.

“TNA is a national party interested in transforming Kenya and it has no side shows,” he added.

He advised politicians to change old school politics to decent politics and focus on Vision 2030 in order to transform the country, urging them to sell their policy and vision and let people decide.

He said that there is no direct nominations in TNA.

"Those panicking on nomination procedures have already sensed their defeat," he noted, advising members of the public to nominate leaders of Integrity and real performers who will transform Laikipia County and avoid politicians who are just out to manipulate them.

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