Kaddu charged Sh85,000 and Kanu and Kenda Sh50,000 with PNU charging Sh30,000.
Civic candidates were charged between Sh350 to Sh10,500 as nomination fees while some charged the candidates between Sh1,000 to Sh3,500.
At least 87 per cent of the 110 Parliamentary candidates engaged in voter bribery despite the fact that the law prohibits such acts.
“In 71 constituencies, data shows that there were 20,569 recorded incidences of voter bribery and vote buying in pre-party nomination campaigns and 54,568 incidences in post-party nomination campaigns,” the report indicates.
Central and Nyanza led in vote buying and bribery with the former registering 11,604 cases and the latter 11,304 cases out of the total 75,135 reported incidences.
Manipulating elections has been a factor in General Election since independence in the country, with moneyed politicians entering the fray.
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