President Uhuru Kenyatta’s party (jubilee party) has nominated six MPs to the National Assembly with an additional 10 in the Senate.
This is followed by ODM which has three seats in the National Assembly and an additional five in the Senate.
Mr Musalia Mudavadi’s Amani national congress (ANC), Mr Kalonzo Musyoka’s Wiper Party and Kanu have all one seat each in both chambers of the House.
Even though he has publicly turned down his nomination, Kenya National Union of Teachers Secretary-General Wilson Sossion is listed in the gazette, meaning that unless his nomination is revoked, he will now serve as an ODM nominated MP
nominated by ODM include former Gender Permanent Secretary Jacqueline Oduol (National Assembly), Ms Beatrice Makori (Senate) and Naomi Masitsa (Senate), Ms Mercy Chebeni (Senate) and Ms Gertrude Inimah (Senate) all who are making their debut in elective politics.
Other Jubilee Party nominees in the National Assembly include Mr Gideon Keter, Ms Halima Yusuf Mucheke, former chairman of National Council of Persons with Disability David Sankok and lawyer Jennifer Shamala.
Apart from Ms Mugo other Jubilee party’s nominees to the Senate include Ms Alice Milgo, Ms Millicent Omanga, Ms Christine Zawadi Gona and former Kajiado Woman Rep Mary Seneta.
Others are Ms Falhada Dekow Iman, Ms Naomi Jilo Wago, Ms Farhiya Ali Haji and Mr Prengei Victor.