ANC unveils its elections calendar ahead of August polls 

ANC unveils its elections calendar ahead of August polls 

Musalia Mudavadi’s Amani National Congress (ANC) party has unveiled dates for its upcoming party primaries.

The party said on Monday that it will hold its nominations as from March 3, ahead of IEBC deadline.

“These nominations will enable the party plan for the forthcoming general elections,” ANC National Election Board Chairperson Prof. Martin Etyang’ said.

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ANC Party leader Musalia Mudavadi during the launch of the National Super Alliance (NASA) (Photo: Nation Media Group)

Etyang’ said the nominations in various counties will be staggered to enable candidates with petitions to file them with the internal disputes and resolution Committee (IDRC) so that they Can be heard  and determined by April 26, 2017.

“The NEB hereby appeals to all aspirants to full comply to avoid being locked out of nominations,” he said.

The chairperson said aspirants who shall not have complied with the party nominations requirements by Friday March 24, 2017 will stand locked out of the nominations and the board decision shall be final.

The nominations will be carried between 3rd and 20 th  April in 37 counties.

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