Uasin Gishu governor Jackson Mandago and more than 100 aspirants in the county have threatened to boycott the repeat Jubilee primaries.
The ruling party has scheduled to conduct primaries in the county on Tuesday, April 25 alongside 26 other counties.
The polls will be held in Lamu, Wajir, Mandera, Marsabit, Turkana, Samburu, Kilifi, Tana River, and Mombasa.
Jubilee will also hold nominations in Kitui, Machakos, Makueni, Kakamega, Vihiga, Bungoma, Busia, Homa Bay, Migori and Kwale.
This will be on the same day as Garissa, Nyamira, Isiolo, Kisii, Kajiado, Kericho and Murang’a.
The party also scheduled the polls Nairobi, Baringo, Elgeyo Marakwet, Kirinyaga, Bomet and Nandi on Monday, April 24.
The new plan was reached following the chaos, confusion and delays that marked the first day of the polls.
President Uhuru Kenyatta apologised for the missteps that saw the Friday poll results cancelled.
But in a meeting on Saturday, Uasin Gishu aspirants met at Eldoret Sports Club asked Jubilee to destroy ballot papers used in the Friday polls.
They said this will eradicate schemes to rig the process in favour of certain candidates they believe are preferred by the party leadership.
Jubilee Party is the vehicle President Kenyatta and DP William Ruto will use to seek reelection on August 8.
“We also want Jubilee NEB vice chairperson Vesca Kangogo barred from the dealing with the primaries in Uasin Gishu,” they said.
In resolutions read by Julius Korir – a Soy MP aspirant, the group demanded that the county tallying centre be moved.
“We want the votes to be tallied at Kapkong Boys high school in the rural parts of Turbo,” Korir said.
Mandago is facing off with businessman Bundotich Kiprop also known as Buzeki for the governor seat.
The aspirants in the region are split into two camps with one supporting Mandago and another allied to Buzeki.
“We all have to go by party regulations guiding the nominations,” Buzeki’s supporter, said.
“There is no way we can set our own rules as a county.”
But Mandago’s team maintained that the returning officers and clerks posted to the region be reshuffled.
Mandago alongside Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi and Alfred Keter of Nandi Hills have claimed that there are efforts to rig them out.
They accused Deputy President William Ruto’s aides led by Farouk Kibet as among those involved in the plan.
Farouk, however, denied the claim that they have plans to interfere with the primaries.
“There will be no elections in Uasin Gishu unless the party abides by our resolutions,” Korir said.
Former Judiciary registrar Gladys Shollei, Kesses MP James Bett and his Moiben counterpart Sila Tiren attended the meeting.