PARTY NOMINATIONS

Jubilee extends application deadline for nomination to March 22

The party said the move follows a high number of applications.

In Summary

• Kioni also welcomed Chuka University VC Prof. Erastus Njoka into the Jubilee Party. Njoka will be running for the Tharaka Nithi Governor seat on a Jubilee ticket. 

• The party secretary-general Jeremiah Kioni said on Thursday that aspirants have up to March 22, 2022, to finalise their submissions.

Jubilee Party secretary-general Jeremiah Kioni and other party officials during the press address on Thursday, March 10, 2022 at the party headquarters.
Jubilee Party secretary-general Jeremiah Kioni and other party officials during the press address on Thursday, March 10, 2022 at the party headquarters.
Image: JUBILEE PARTY/JEREMIAH KIONI

The ruling Jubilee Party has announced the extension of the application period for nomination for all aspirants seeking elective seats.

The ruling party is not receiving applications for the presidency as it said it will not field a candidate.

The party secretary-general Jeremiah Kioni said on Thursday that aspirants have up to March 22, to finalise their submissions.

The party said the move follows a high number of applications, hence the need to extend the application period.

“It is evident the interest for Jubilee Party is growing. We, therefore, extend the registration process for our aspirants until March 22, 2022,” Kioni tweeted.

He also said that the party is still receiving aspirants from all over the country.

The party had initially set March 4 as the last day for incumbents and aspirants who are intending to vie governor, MPs, and MCAs to deposit slips for registration and nominations.

At the same time, the secretary-general welcomed the Chuka University VC Prof. Erastus Njoka into the Jubilee Party.

Njoka will be running for Tharaka Nithi Governor on a Jubilee ticket.

Kioni also held a consultative discussion with 400 Matatu drivers and Conductors Welfare Association members at the Jubilee Party Headquarters in  Pangani.


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