The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: Kalonzo On Nomination Process

The CORD Coalition has moved to stem party's discontent and favouritism in the coming joint nominations.     ( Resource: Kenya's CORD Coalition Assures Supporters Over Nominations

Calls for free and fair party nominations continue with the Vice President assuring aspirants under the CORD alliance that there isn't a preferred candidate for nominations set for the 17th of this month.

All political parties under the alliances are set to subject aspirants to nominations in twelve days time.

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