KANU to lure aspirants with KES 1 million offer
17 May 2016, 11:22
Nairobi - All aspirants who will be use KANU as their 2017 political vehicle will receive KES 1 million.
The party has said that it wants more people to vie the 2017 polls using the party ticket and will use the 1 million offer to lure candidates into the party.
KANU, Nakuru branch chairman, John Ngunjiri, said that apart from being given the one million, all aspirants will not be required to pay any fee.
"KANU wants to have as many MPs as possible in Parliament and we have decided that we will give KES 1 million to any aspirant who will be nominated to run on a KANU ticket,"said Ngunjiri.
"We will also offer free nominations and as opposed to other parties where aspirants are required to pay, KANU will not ask for any money from its aspirants,"he added.
Ngunjiri said the party is targeting to secure a good number of parliamentary ,governorship, senator and civic seats in Rift Valley counties.
He said the party will fully fund and facilitate campaigns for all it's civic, parliamentary,Senate and gubernatorial candidates. KANU which is an affiliate of the jubilee coalition is opposed to the merger of jubilee affiliate parties into a single party.
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