national alliance party of kenya
http://www.ntv.co.ke The dust is beginning to settle on Sunday's dramatic launch of The National Alliance party by Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta. But it is now emerging that organizers may have overlooked some basics around political party activity. NTV has today established that the TNA does not have a party office and its physical address with the registrar of political parties is given as Nginyo Towers, a building owned by the man who gave up the National Alliance Party of Kenya which has now been renamed The National Alliance. NTV's Rita Tinina reports.