• UDA was forced to extend the deadline for the clearance to accommodate those yet to be registered.
• Monday, February 28, was the earlier date set for clearance.
United Democratic Alliance aspirants have been streaming in at the party's headquarters for clearance ahead of nominations scheduled for April.
The UDA offices on Monday was a beehive of activities as aspirants across the country arrived to seek registration, verification and payment of the nomination fee.
After successfully going through the process, the aspirants will now have to ready themselves for polls scheduled for April.
The arrival of the aspirants in large numbers saw the party push the deadline for the exercise to March 5.
It had earlier slated Monday, February 28, as the final day of the exercise.
The nomination will come after the UDA party would have unveiled deputy president William Ruto as the party's presidential candidate.
The party has set its NDC on March 15.
Delegates will be approving the candidature of the DP for the top seat.