Presidential aspirants were required to present proof of citizenship, evidence of party membership, a nomination certificate from their political parties and a duly signed Code of Conduct as required by the Second Schedule of the Elections Act.
They were also required to present a list bearing the names, respective signatures, identity card or passport numbers and voters’ numbers of at least 2,000 voters registered in a majority of the counties.
Aspirants were also required to submit a self declaration form as prescribed by the Leadership and Integrity Act.
They were also required to submit certified copies of their educational qualification certificates, including a degree certificate in accordance with Section 22(2) of the Elections Act.
Jubilee’s Uhuru Kenyatta and CORD’s Raila Odinga are due to submit their papers to the electoral body on Wednesday as well as Safina’s Paul Muite and Alliance for Real Change candidate Mohammed Abduba Dida.