Kenyan Party Rejects Boardroom Deal to Pick Candidate

Kenya Citizen TV
Kenya Citizen TV
Publication Date:
18 December 2012
Kenya, Governance

More than 30 MPs allied to The National Alliance (TNA) have insisted that United Democratic Front's Musalia Mudavadi has no option but to face Uhuru Kenyatta through a delegates system, in the Jubilee coalition's nomination of its presidential candidate. The MPs who met last night, under the chairmanship of Kenyatta, insisted that no boardroom deal will be struck in picking the coalition's flag bearer. Mudavadi's team is opposed to a delegates system, and prefers consensus in determining the Jubilee team's captain.


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