Various aspirants of different political parties are getting their nomination certificates as they prepare for the August 9th general elections.
Photo: some of the Jubilee party aspirants getting their certificates
The Jubilee party are also trying to sort out how their aspirants will be vying for various seats in the upcoming elections.
According to Jubilee party reports, several aspirants drawn from Taita Taveta County were handed over their nomination certificates at the Jubilee headquarters today.
Among the top leaders who were presented with the certificates include; Hon. Granton Graham Samboja, Jubilee Deputy Party Leader and Taveta MP Hon. Naomi Shaban, Voi MP Jones Mlolwa, Women Rep aspirant Hon. Joyce Lay and aspiring MCAs including the recently elected Donald Salieri Fundi.
"The Jubilee Party National Elections Board Chairman Wakili Stephen Wandeto has this afternoon issued nomination certificates to our aspirants in Taita Taveta County." The Jubilee Party confirmed.
Take a look at some of the photos from the Jubilee party headquarters:
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