The United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party has received 115 disputes from the party nominations conducted last week.
UDA Electoral and Nomination Dispute Resolution Committee said 94 disputes emerged from county assembly nomination.
“34 of the cases have so far been dismissed, 24 results have been nullified and there were orders for a recount in four wards. The rest are yet to be decided,” the committee said.
15 cases for Member of the National Assembly and two cases for Governor contest (Uasin Gishu and Kajiado) were also filed.
Others are two disputes filed for the Senate contest (Uasin Gishu and Embu) and one case of Woman Representative.
“The Committee has undertaken to complete all matters by Thursday 21st April 2022,” the party said.
“The Committee urges those dissatisfied with the outcome to take necessary lawful action through the appellate processes established by the law.”
The Committee is made up of 9 members and has established 3 courts since the party constitution allows a sitting to have a quorum of three.