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Video: Aspirants risk disqualification by IEBC

23 January 2013, 15:03

Nairobi - Daily Nation reports candidates who unlawfully acquired party nomination certificates will be disqualified by the Independent Boundaries and Electoral Commission (IEBC) dispute resolution committee.

According to the tribunal chairman Thomas Letangule, the body had received 110 complaints form aggrieved aspirants.

Petitioners were to serve respective political parties forcing the hearings to be pushed to Thursday.

Watch the following Nation video when Othaya businesswoman Mary Wambui stormed IEBC offices claiming that he had been denied a TNA nomination ticket she had won on youtube.



- For more visit Daily Nation

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