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List of candidates set to participate in the Kibra-by-elections

By Brian Ukaya | November 6th 2019 at 16:30:37 GMT +0300

Jubilee Party candidate McDonald Mariga (left) ANC's Eliud Owalo (centre) and ODM party's Bernard 'Imran' Okoth. [Standard]

As the D-day approaches, Kibera residents are eager to go the polls in what many are terming as the battle of the titans.

24 candidates are set to go head to head in the Kibra by-elections after the area Member of Parliament Ken Okoth succumbed to cancer a few months back.

The Independent Electoral Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has gazetted 24 candidates who are set to battle it out in the polls with ODM’s Imran Okoth, Jubilee’s McDonald Mariga and Eliud Owalo of ANC party being the popular candidates.

Below is the full list of candidates cleared to run in the November 7 Kibra by-Election by IEBC:

Benard Okoth (ODM)

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McDonald Mariga (Jubilee)

Eliud Owalo (ANC)

Anaciet Dorn (DP)

Martin Andati (Modern Alliance Party)

Felix Anditi (Independent)

Ibrahim Kimorko (Roots Party)

Kassim Abdul (The New Democrats)

Titus Mutinda (Republican Liberty Party)

Fridah Kerubo (Independent)

Khamisi Butichi (Ford Kenya)

Mathew Musyoka (Independent)

Jared Nyakundi (National Liberal Party)

Elijah Nyamwamu (National Rainbow Coalition - Kenya)

Editar Ochieng’ (Ukweli Party)

Others are Emmanuel Owiti (Green Congress)

David Odanga (Independent)

Isaac Ogongo (Justice and Freedom party)

Fransco Ojiambo (Party of Democratic Unity)

Shedrack Omondi (I)

Shem Ocharo (Munngano)

Abraham Okoth (Independent)

Hamida Musa (United Green Movement)

Noah Migudo (Independent)

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