The more we near 2022 elections, details reveal that Kenyans might have a chance to see the longest ballot paper ever. This happens as the registerer of political parties revealed that there might be more than 83 parties participating in elections. This happens as 75 have already registered as more are expected to come.
This happens with each party having about 15 participants. However, some have been issued with provisional certificates totaling to about 19 of them, but they haven't registered completely. We have seen the rush to endorse flag bearers in various parties ongoing in various parties since last week.
Among those endorsed we have Justine Muturi of Democratic Party. Roba has also taken over United Democratic Movement though he hasn't declared any political interest. Jubilee party has raised several questions on it's active independent participation in upcoming election because of the high rate at which political heavy weights have left the party joining DP Ruto's UDA.
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