NOMINATED SENATOR BEATRICE KWAMBOKA LOOSES APPEAL BEFORE POLITICAL PARTIES TRIBUNAL

Nominated Senator Beatrice kwamboka with her lawyers Danstan Omari and Anita Masaki. PHOTO/ CHRIS OJOW

NOMINATED SENATOR BEATRICE KWAMBOKA LOOSES APPEAL BEFORE POLITICAL PARTIES TRIBUNAL

By Chris Ojow

An appeal filed by Nominated Senator

Beatrice kwamboka Makori has been

dismissed by the tribunal .

Kwamboka had appealed against Orange

Democratic Movement party on grounds

that the party shortchanged her after

she applied to be nominated as a

Senator.

The nominated Senator appealed against

the decision by ODM party that left her

out from the 16 shortlisted candidates

women representatives to the party

senate list.

The appellant moved to the tribunal on

27th of July seeking the nullification

of the party nomination list for women

nominees to the Senate.

The Senator through her Lawyer Danstan

Omari accused ODM for nominating members

who have no qualification in line to

party nomination rules.

She further stresses that some of the

members nominated are not life members

of ODM party.

ODM in their response to Kwamboka’s

allegations through the party Executive

Director said that the appellant

Beatrice Kwamboka has not presented any

evidence to support her allegations

before the tribunal.

The Orange Democratic party in response

said that the allegations made by one of

their member Kwamboka against the party

is scandalous, alarmist, geared to

paint the party in bad image also to

water down the nomination process.

The tribunal dismissed the appellant

application on grounds that it lacks

merit.

The decision by the tribunal was issued

by the Chairman Fredrick Oregon, Zakayo

Alakonya and Barbara Malowa

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