President William Samoei Arap Ruto's party, United Democratic Alliance, UDA party has suffered a major blow after the Registrar of Political Parties Anne Nderitu opposed the party's push for allocation of an extra Ksh115 million from the political parties fund.
In her message today, the registrar of Political parties has maintained that the formula she used to distribute the political parties' funds was accurate, transparent and the party was not entitled to any extra allocation.
Nderitu had a bone of contention with President Ruto's party after she Allegedly failed to consider votes garnered in the Kericho Woman Representative and Ravine Ward Member of County Assembly(MCA) elections, where the two candidates won unopposed.
Nderitu further insisted that since there were no votes to be considered in terms of the two unopposed positions, there were no votes cast, hence no funds. She said that the legal framework dictate that the allocation considered the votes garnered by each political party and the elective seats won by the party.
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