A jubilee aspirant has moved to court seeking an order restraining Jubilee from charging aspirants both the registration and the nomination fees.
Richard Kavemba Mutinda has sued the Jubilee party and party’s secretary general Veronica Maina.
He says Jubilee had on October 2016 issued another notice asking Jubilee aspirants to pay registration fee to the Jubilee bank account.
According to him the notice asking Jubilee aspirants to pay nomination fee together with registration fee is evidence of the intentions of the party to charge double fees to the jubilee aspirants.
“Under the circumstances, I and other jubilee aspirants who are not financially able are likely to be locked out of the contest in violation of article 38 of the constitution as the deadline for the payment is March 4, 2017,” he claimed.
He wants Jubilee to just charge the aspirants only the nomination fee and those who paid earlier registration fee be refunded or be treated as part of payment for the requisite nomination fee.
He says he wrote to the Jubilee party but there was no response.
“Other jubilee aspirants and I risk suffering in a way that cannot be compensated if the respondent.