National Party of Kenya

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The National Party of Kenya (NPK) is a political party in Kenya. At legislative elections, 27 December 2002, the party was a partner in the National Rainbow Coalition, that won 56.1% of the popular vote and 125 out of 212 elected seats. The party itself took 6 of these seats. At the presidential elections of the same day, the party supported Mwai Kibaki, who won 62.2% and was elected. The party was founded in 1992 [1]. Its chaiperson was Charity Ngilu.

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