New Kenyan Political Party National Ordinary People Empowerment (NOPEU) Party under its Secretary General Rodgers Kimpembe has announced that the party will carry out mass registration of members to the party through an official statement.
Members of the public complained last month of some parties who registered some members to their parties without an notice.
Rodgers Kimpembe of NOPEU said that he will not vie for the Presidential seat in the upcoming General elections in 2022 but his party will represent candidates from the other five elective seats.Photo:ODM leader Raila Odinga together With Secretary General of NOPEU Party Rodgers Kimpembe.
In an exclusive interview with MC Jesse on his online show, "Jesse Junction" Kimpembe said that his party is ready to finance its candidates ahead of the 2022 General Elections.
Other parties that had also made statements on registration of members some weeks ago was ODM which stated that party membership was voluntary and no one should be registered to a party without his/her consent.
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