Kenyan Political Aspirants to Declare Assets

All aspirants seeking to be elected in to public office must declare their assets to Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission to ensure integrity and transparency.

Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission Centre.

  • Kenya:  Four Cleared For State House Polls

    Capital FM, 29 January 2013

    Four presidential candidates have been cleared by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) to vie for the March 4 elections, after presenting their nomination ... read more »

  • Kenya:  Dissatisfied Aspirants Can Still Seek Court Redress

    Capital FM, 29 January 2013

    The Judiciary says those disgruntled with the outcome of nomination disputes can still seek redress in the courts after exhausting all other avenues of resolving their complaints. read more »

  • Kenya:  IEBC Urged to Reject List of Party Nominees

    The Star, 29 January 2013

    The IEBC is being urged to reject the list of nominees submitted by parties. Gender and Equality commissioner Simon Ndubai says the constitution was ignored and party loyals were ... read more »

  • Kenya:  IEBC Releases Timetable for Clearance of Presidential Candidates

    The Star, 29 January 2013

    NARC Kenya's Martha Karua will be the first to present her nominations papers to IEBC today. A total of eight candidates have been lined up to present their nomination papers in ... read more »

  • Kenya:  Nyeri Governer Aspirant's Qualifications Questioned

    The Star, 29 January 2013

    A Mathira voter has written to IEBC seeking to know whether Nyeri aspiring governor Thuo Mathenge has a university degree.The sixty-year-old farmer Wilson Kariuki Munene of ... read more »

  • Kenya:  EACC Can't Vet Leaders

    The Star, 29 January 2013

    The Ethics Commission says it is unable to vet leaders before they are elected because the integrity law was watered down by MPs. Vice chairperson Irene Keino says the commission ... read more »

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