Kenya: Why Parties Can't Manage Primaries - AllAfrica.com

President Uhuru Kenyatta chats with Charles Njagua after a press briefing at Jubilee Party headquarters in Nairobi on April 27, 2017. opinion. Now that the so-called party primaries are about to be concluded we can reflect on their necessity. With the ...

Kenya: Winners and Losers in Mt Kenya Jubilee Primaries - AllAfrica.com

Two governors retained their seats while most MPs were beaten in the Jubilee Party primaries across Mt Kenya today. Voters also kicked out a majority of ward and woman representatives. Embu Governor Martin Wambora will fly the party ticket in the ...

Kenya hires international auditors to oversee election - East Africa Monitor

Kenya has hired international auditors to oversee the upcoming presidential election following violence, delays and fraud accusations in the build-up to August's polls. The East African nation has called in global auditing firm KPMG to check the names ...

Kenya: Uhuru Urges Nomination Losers to Support Party - AllAfrica.com

President Uhuru Kenyatta chats with Charles Njagua after a press briefing at Jubilee Party headquarters in Nairobi on April 27, 2017. By Aggrey Mutambo. President Uhuru Kenyatta extended a hand to Jubilee nomination losers even as the party began ...

Corridors of Power - The Star, Kenya

Did President Uhuru Kenyatta snub musician Jaguar (pictured), who is also the Starehe Jubilee parliamentary aspirant at the Jubilee headquarters? Well, after losing the primaries to city political supremo Maina Kamanda, albeit for a while, the musician ...

Kenya: Jubilee Has Fulfilled Pledge On Free, Fair and Transparent Nominations - Uhuru - AllAfrica.com

Nairobi — President Uhuru Kenyatta has said that the Jubilee Party has lived up to its word to allow Kenyans to choose their representatives without interference. He said the party overcame the logistical hitches experienced last week when the ...

Time to pay the piper, Uhuru tells leaders voted out in primaries - Capital FM Kenya (press release) (blog)

By OLIVE BURROWS, NAIROBI, Kenya, Apr 27 – President Uhuru Kenyatta on Thursday weighed in on the large number of politicians who've lost out in the party primaries. President Kenyatta said it was a manifestation of the dissatisfaction the electorate ...

Kenya: Election Violence Dampening Prospects of Economic Growth - AllAfrica.com

The violence that has hit the primaries of Jubilee and Nasa is sending disturbing signals that are likely to dampen economic prospects. The political climate has diverted capital and labour, from productive engagement to political campaigns. Perception ...