The FKF Electoral Board secretariat will on Tuesday, October 22, and Wednesday, October 23, 2019, receive nomination papers from aspirants seeking election to the National Executive Committee, as well as the Federation’s top seat.
This comes after the board conducted a nomination exercise, last week, for aspirants seeking elective positions at the county level.
“We are done with counties. The Board will publish a list of all eligible county aspirants on Tuesday, after which we shall allow a three-day window to hear disputes concerning the county nomination exercise,” said Board Chairman Prof. Edwin Wamukoya.
“The Board is now ready for NEC and presidential aspirants on Tuesday and Wednesday. We have a program that will ensure the nomination exercise is seamless. Aspirants can refer to the Electoral Board website to get all relevant information,” he added.
After the NEC and presidential nomination, the Board will then have a three-day window, between October 24 and October 26, in which disputes submitted to it will be heard.
Aspirants and Candidates who do not get recourse from the Board can further lodge their appeals to the Appeals Committee between October 28, and October 30, 2019. The final list of candidates at both the County and National level will be published on November 2, 2019.
Voter verification, meanwhile, will be done between November 4, and November 9, 2019.
A preliminary list of eligible voters will be published on November 11, 2019, after which disputes surrounding the voter register will be heard, by the Board, between November 13, and November 15, 2019, and thereafter by the Appeals Committee, if need be, between November 18, and November 20, 2019.
The final list of eligible voters will be published on November 21, 2019.
County elections have been scheduled for November 23, while the National polls have been lined up on December 7, 2019.