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Jubilee aspirants decry high registration fee



A section of aspirants under Jubilee party have raised concerns over ‘discrimination’ saying they have been side-lined because of their financial status.

Speaking to Ghetto Radio News Fred Ongalo who is eying Pumwani ward says he was forced to cough up Ksh. 75,000 party registration fees despite not being stable financially.

“Our parties should not be for the rich alone …lets judge leaders with their development record and policies. What I went through in 2017 was not a joke we were forced to pay over Ksh. 75,000 just for registration,” he said.

He has called on political parties to be more tolerant to all candidates.

“Let’s be treated equally, parties should also support their potential candidates with good visions to the electorates,” he added.