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Kenya Elections 2017: Petitions

Data visualisation of the election petitions post the 2017 Kenya Election

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Race for Governor

35 out of 47 elected Governors have petitions in court.

Race for Senator

15 out of 47 elected members of the Senate have petitions in court.

National Assembly

98 out of 290 elected members of the National Assembly have petitions in court.

 

Women Representatives

12 out of 47 elected Women Representatives have petitions in court.

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NATIONAL INSECURITY: Extra Judicial Executions in Kenya (2013-2017)

Data visualisation from the Independent Medico Legal Unit (IMLU) reports on extra-judicial executions in Kenya between 2013 and 2017. By JULIET ATELLAH

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Auditor General Reports: Misspending, Misappropriations & Corruption Related Issues 2014-2016

Findings from Auditor General Reports during the period 2014-2016

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FY 2015/16 – National & County Governments

 

FY 2014/15 – National Government Agencies

 

FY 2014/15 – County Governments

 

Source: Summary of Media Reporting on Office of the Auditor General (Kenya) Audit Reports

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Kenya Elections 2017: Performance

Data visualisation of the Gubernatorial race in the 2017 Kenya Election

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Race for Governor

Jubilee party won 25 Governors seats, followed by Orange Democrative Party, 13 seats. Two candidates Mohamed A. Kuti of Isiolo and Ndiritu Muriithi of Laikipia defied the odds and won as Independents

 

3 out of the 10 women who run for Governor were successful. Anne Waiguru (Jubilee/Kirinyaga) Joyce Laboso (Jubilee/Bomet) and Charity Ngilu (NARC/Kitui) beat their male counterparts to make history as Kenya’s first female County Governors.

Jubilee Party won 24 Senate seats followed by Orange Democratic Party’s 13 seats. One candidate Charles Ruebenson Kibiri of Kirinyaga defied the odds and won as an Independent.

 

Race for Senator

 

 

Susan Wakarura Kihika (Jubilee/Nakuru), Fatuma Dullo (Jubilee/Isiolo) and Margaret Jepkoech Kamar (Jubilee/Uasin Gishu) were elected to the Senate.

Jubilee Party won 139 seats in the National Assembly, followed by Orange Democratic Party with 63 seats. Thirteen candidates won as Independents.

National Assembly

22 women were elected to the National Assembly

 

Women Representatives

Majority of elected Women Representative are from the jubilee party.

 

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