Unfair nominations will taint party image, Jubilee told
06 September 2016, 12:51
Nakuru - Politicians and aspirants allied to the Jubilee Party have welcomed the move for a merger but warned that lack of free and fair nominations will taint the party’s image and credibility.
According to Nakuru County Aspirants Caucus newly elected chairman Abdul Noor, the merger of various political parties will unite and end tribal political outfits.
Noor noted that leaders are welcoming the launch of Jubilee Party and also calling for free, fair and credible nominations in order to strengthen the party and make it a move to reckon with.
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His sentiments were echoed by former Nakuru Mayor Benson Mwangi who pointed that nominations were the most crucial aspect in the 2017 general elections thus should be held in uttermost credibility where all aspirants are given fair chance to compete competitively.
The leaders and aspirants have expressed concern over the manner in which delegates who are to attend the weekend party launch were selected.
They said that they were not consulted in any way over the list that was submitted to Nairobi from Nakuru and further called for transparency and fairness in the matter.
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