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Distribution of the Political Parties Fund

The Registrar of Political Parties disbursed the Political Parties Fund for the Financial Years stated below:  

The distribution criteria used in the year 2016/17 & 2017/18 followed an amendment of Sec.25 of the Act.READ MORE >

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PARTY NAME

FY

20132014

FY

2014/2015

FY

2015/2016

FY

2016/2017

FY

2017/2018

1.

JUBILEE PARTY  (JP)  

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 145,911,499

  240,375,303.52

2.

THE NATIONAL ALLIANCE(TNA)

89,800,598

155,849,815

158,979,845

37,349,196

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3.

ORANGE DEMOCRATIC MOVEMENT PARTY(ODM)

78,080,095

136,982,623

139,647,018

 131,233,622

112,255,956.48

4.

UNITED REPUBLICAN PARTY(URP)

28,025,511

49,167,562

50,892,382

11,782,939

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The ORPP through the Communication Office on Monday 1st July 2019 delivered old newspapers as a donation to AIC Milimani, Nairobi towards the church’s empowerment project.

The project runs to nurture talents and generally empower the congregation’s teen group majority of whom come from underprivileged backgrounds including the street children. The project entails producing creative works of art manifested into various household goods and décor.

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  Sample of the final products drafted by the teenagers             

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   Stack of old Newspapers donated by ORPP

“We truly appreciate the ORPP kind gesture which will go a long way towards the noble focus, I spearhead. Our larger calling and purpose is to strive to attain balanced persons amongst our congregants beyond just spiritual nourishment”, gratefully observed Pastor Steven Munyambu, the in-charge of the project.

He further highlighted the gains the church had made towards imparting the youth observing that “We take cognizance of the fact that the target teens are largely disadvantaged to compete with the rest especially in the job market hence our resolve to give them a second chance through art as we also endeavour to take them through schooling.

So passionate is Mr. Munyambu that he takes personal effort and sacrifice to align its project towards development models as well try to his best to acquire for them locally made raw materials for the project. For instance, he has undertaken deliberate effort to align the endeavour to the Chinese development model on which enhancing human capital is put core. To this end he observes “I’m insightfully convinced through research findings  I have been undertaking that development of human capital should be our focus not just for our church faithful but at a national scale so that we pass knowledge, skills and right attitude down generations and importantly for self-sustainability”.

The communication office during the discussion also mooted the possibility of earmarking the church as possible target for ORPP CSR activities, such as organizing for relevant officers offer career and life talks to its youth and teens to give them the much needed hope, sense of care and love.

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Corporate Communication Officer Ms Lucy Kemunto Presenting

the old newspapers to Pr. Stephen Munyambu of AIC Milimani 

By Mutethia Mberia
Lion Place Nairobi, Kenya; May,27,2019.

 

The Party of National Unity (PNU) long-standing governance squabbles pitying two factions claiming leadership had the ORPP to thank following the party’s mediated election that was successfully concluded on Friday 24th May 2019 at the Karasani, gymnasium Nairobi.

The party was split into two factions who had been claiming ownership of the party. They had sought the settlement of the wrangles throughvarious court cases since 2016. In total they had been in court nine times. The last court case befor PPDT, gave the registrar the responsibility to mediate and oversee the elections.

In the implementation of the court ruling, the ORPP spearheaded the mediation through an independent select Election Board which eventually oversaw the carrying out of the elections.

It took hours of high level consensus meeting comprising of Cabinet Secretary for Industry, Trade and Cooperatives Peter Munya, present to play an advisory role and had previously served as Party leader, the Registrar of Political Ann Nderitu , the Elections Board among others to deliver the final list of the agreed leaders. 

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Delivering the verdict to sizeable delegates drawn from regions across the country, and who earlier in the day, had to endure more than 5 hours wait outside the gates, the Chairperson Seina Lekisaat read the names of agreed list for all the positions which were unanimously ratified by the registered party members acting as delegates.

Speaking at the venue, the Registrar expressed her gladness that the tumultuous process concluded successfully. She noted such a resolve was worthwhile for the greater good of promoting democracy.  Sentiments corroborated by the elections Board Chairperson appreciating the ORPP's unrelenting guidance.

On his part, CS Munya implored on the incoming leaders to hit the ground running to popularize the party which had greatly served the brunt of the leadership problems.  “For the respect of PNU founders like Hon. Mwai Kibaki, whom I have a lot of respect, we must endeavour to rebuild the party as per its constitution and avoid unnecessary conflict,” the CS guided.

A section of ORPP staff were deployed to monitor the happenings of the day.

Delegates acknowledge the announcement of the unveiled new leadership.

Picture Courtesy; Daily Nation

By Nandwa Hope

Nairobi Kenya, Monday March 15, 2019

 

Political Parties Liaison Committee (PPLC) will be holding Elections of it’s Steering and Sub Committees tomorrow the 16th April 2019.This follows submissions of names and Nominations of the aspirants which took place last week.

Section 38 of the Political Parties Act (PPA) 2011 established the PPLC Committee at National and County levels to provide a platform for dialogue between the Registrar, Commission and Political Parties.

It is expected that active members in the (66) sixty-six Fully Registered Political Parties whose names were submitted to the Office of the Registrar of Political Parties will participate.

The elections being held are for position of Chairperson, Deputy Chairperson, Secretary, Deputy Secretary, Treasurer, Deputy Treasurer, Organizing Secretary, Deputy Organizing Secretary and (8) eight other members and Subcommittees.

The hotly contested seats have the following candidates vying:

No

Seat

No of Candidates

1.       

Chairman

3

2.       

Deputy Chairperson

5

3.       

Secretary

3

4.       

Deputy Secretary

2

5.       

Treasurer

2

6.       

Deputy Treasurer

4

7.       

Organizing Secretary

3

8.       

Deputy Organizing Secretary

4

The (8) other members will include People living with disability, youth and women.

NO

Name

Title

Political Party

1.       

Irungu Nyakera

Chairperson

Democratic Party

2.       

Evans Misati

Vice Chairperson

Progressive Party Of Kenya

3.       

Margaret Kamonya

Secretary

Amani National Congress

4.       

Alice Ndirangu

Deputy Secretary

Agano Party

5.       

Julius Wambua

Org.Secretary

Party of Independent Candidates of Kenya

6.       

Koyoo Omondi

Deputy Org.Secretary

National Liberal Party

7.       

Nicodemus Bore

Treasurer

Jubilee Party

8.       

Gerson Owiti

Deputy Treasurer

Alternative Leadership Party of Kenya

By Nandwa Hope
Nairobi Kenya, Monday March 18, 2019

A Taskforce on Review of Political Party Primaries will hold public engagements on the 20th March 2019 with members of the public to collect views and information relevant to reform  Political Party Primaries in Kenya. The forums will take place in Mombasa, Nakuru, Isiolo, Nyeri, Kisumu and Kitui counties.


Registrar of Political Parties, Ms. Ann Nderitu confirmed the taskforce has membership from National Assembly, Senate, Office of the Attorney General and Department of Justice, Kenya Law Reform Commission, Ethics and Anti-corruption Commission, Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, National Gender and Equality Commission, Political Parties Dispute Tribunal and Office of the Registrar of Political Parties.


She added that the objectives of the forum are to obtain the experiences of Kenyans at the grass root level from their involvement in Party Primaries.


“The Taskforce will identify issues for reform of the primaries process and receive input into the draft policy framework on the conduct of Party Primaries with recommendations and possible areas for legal reforms” she added.

 

The PPA 2011 provides for the Code of Conduct of Political parties which affirms the need for them to uphold and promote democratic practices through free, fair and credible nominations. Code of Conduct regulates the behavior of members and office holders of political parties, aspiring candidates, candidates and their supporters with a view of promoting good governance.