Ruling Jubilee, opposition alliances face nomination headache
Tuesday March 21 2017
An IEBC registration clerk takes a voter's fingerprints during the exercise at Koyango in Manyatta area, Kisumu on February 14, 2017. PHOTO | FILE
In Nasa, the Orange Democratic Movement, Wiper Democratic Movement , Amani National Congress and Ford Kenya, are currently at a crossroads on how to push for a single presidential candidate and also maintain the identity of their parties where each one of them is seeking to get more seats in parliament for future bargains.
The Jubilee Party is also facing difficulties in nominations as a number of aspirants defect to smaller parties out of fear that President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto, have preferred candidates at various levels.