By Beth Nyaga
Jubilee Party Secretary General Raphael Tuju has dispelled fears that voting materials for the ongoing nomination exercise are inadequate.
Speaking at the party headquarters where the secretariat is monitoring the exercise, Tuju said the party has distributed enough ballot papers to all the 22 counties where the exercise is taking place.
Tuju has warned aspirants against scuttling the primaries while admitting the party is dealing with minor hiccups encountered.
The ruling Jubilee party has confirmed primaries have kicked off in all the 22 counties scheduled for today despite slight delays reported in the morning.
The party’s national secretariat and national election board which are monitoring the nomination exercise from party’s headquarter have dispelled claims that some polling stations have inadequate voting materials.
Tuju also warned aspirants against scuttling the primaries in protest of hiccups that may be experienced at polling stations.
The Jubilee party is using the party membership register as the primary register and IEBC register for reference.
The secretariat has also confirmed that no poll has been postponed and only national elections board can cancel or postpone any poll.