Membership


Benefits of Being a Member

Membership of the Peoples Party of Kenya is open to all Kenyans upon application. This applies to all Kenyan citizens in possession of a valid National Identification card or passport, irrespective of gender, race, color or creed and in accordance with the provisions of the Political Parties Act 2011. All members shall sign and subscribe to the Peoples Party of Kenya Code of Conduct and a pledge of Commitment.


Who can join the PPK?

Membership for Peoples Party of Kenya is open to all Kenyans above the age of 18 years, irrespective of tribe or race, who accepts its principles and is prepared to abide by its Constitution and rules.


 Rights and duties of members


A PPK member has the right to:

Take a full and active part in the discussion, formulation and implementation of the policy of the ODM.

  • Submit proposals or statements through the appropriate structures to the branch, county, and region.
  • Offer constructive criticism of any member, official and activity of the party within its structures.
  • Receive and impart information on all aspects of PPK policy and activities.
  • Take part in elections and be elected or appointed to any committee, structure, commission or delegation of the PPK.


A Peoples Party of Kenya member has a duty to:

Belong to and take an active part in the life of his or her branch.

  • All members shall ensure that they are registered as voters in the constituency where they live.
  • Explain the aims, and policies of Peoples Party of Kenya to the people.
  • Take all necessary steps to understand and carry out the aims, policy of PPK.
  • Deepen his or her understanding of the social, cultural, political and economic problems of the country.
  • Fight against tribalism, religious intolerance, sexism, and political intolerance or any other form of discrimination.
  • Observe discipline, behave honestly and carry out loyally decisions of the majority and decisions of higher bodies.


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