The United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party has made changes to its leadership after an earlier list of officials was disputed.
In the new changes, some of the officials in the previous list have been dropped while the majority were retained. The secretary-general Veronica Maina will have three deputies, one in charge of operations, another strategy and the other programmes.
A report by Nation indicates that the new names were gazetted by the registrar of political parties on Friday.
Former ODM treasurer Omingo Magara will become the party’s National treasurer and will also have three deputies.
Here is the full list;
Deputy Secretary Generals; Daniel Munturwa Ole Sambu (programmes), Eliud Owalo (Strategy) and Mohamed Sahal (Operations)
Deputy Chairperons; former Cabinet Minister Kipruto Kirwa, Seth Panyako and Nicholas Marete.
Deputy Treasurers; Mary Emase (Policy and Strategy), Daniel Rotich (Operations) and Joshua Kanake Mugo (Programmes).
National Organizing Secretary - Karissa Nzai will be deputized by Charles Chebayi (Strategy), Jamuhuru Guyo Warda (Operations) and Halima Ali Omar (Programmes).
Kacheliba MP Mark Lemunokol will be the secretary for Devolution and Intergovernmental Relations, Leah Jelagat (Health), Ronald Shako (Lands, Housing and Urban Planning), Surum Korema (Tourism, Environment and Natural Resources), Franklin Ndii (SMEs, Trade and Industrialization), Cecilia Asinyen (Transport and Infrastructure), Robert Theuri (Education), Diana Mwangangi (for Information, Communication and Technology), Cecilia Wairimu (Women Affairs), Lawrence Ngacha (Labour and Social Services), Oscar Igaida (Economic Affairs and Planning), Francis Ngotho (Energy, Petroleum and Mining), Julius Mathenge (Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries), Pauline Lenguris (Persons with Disability), Edward Kamau (Legal Affairs), and Elina Mapenzi (Water and Sanitation).