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Numbers may lock out aspirants

30 November 2012, 07:02

Nairobi - Majority of presidential hopefuls are in danger of being locked out of State House race because they have not attained the required number of supporters in at least 24 counties.

According to Daily Nation, information seen shows that only three parties have registered more than 2,000 members in at least 24 counties.

They include Orange Democratic Movement (ODM), United Democratic Forum (UDF) and The National Alliance (TNA).

- For more details visit Daily Nation

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