Mu­tua’s Chap Chap party to be reg­is­tered on Novem­ber 10

The Star (Kenya) - - Politics -

Machakos Gover­nor Al­fred Mu­tua’s Maen­deleo Chap Chap party will re­ceive its cer­tifi­cate of reg­is­tra­tion on Novem­ber 10.

Mu­tua launched the party at the Bo­mas of Kenya on Au­gust 25 and has been mar­ket­ing it across the coun­try, es­pe­cially in Ukam­bani, Cord co-prin­ci­pal Kalonzo Musyoka’s strong­hold.

The party, which was pro­vi­sion­ally reg­is­tered on May 10, is among nine that have been given pro­vi­sional cer­tifi­cates await­ing six months of full com­pli­ance.

This is ac­cord­ing to a list pre­pared by the of­fice of the Regis­trar of Po­lit­i­cal Par­ties.

These par­ties will join the up­dated list of 51 par­ties, fol­low­ing the dereg­is­tra­tion of 11 oth­ers that dis­solved to form Pres­i­dent Uhuru Keny­atta’s Ju­bilee Party.

The Eq­uity and Equal­ity Party, Demo­cratic Congress and Green Congress of Kenya will re­ceive their cer­tifi­cates on Novem­ber 18.

Eq­uity and Equal­ity Party was reg­is­tered by a man called David Mbote.

The in­terim chair­man of the Demo­cratic Congress is Tom Mboya, a free­lance gov­er­nance and anti-cor­rup­tion spe­cial­ist.

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