Kenya Weekly News Newspaper of June 13,1952, Issue No. 1324

Volume Ref: KWN_1952_M007863

  • The first record in the Central Office of a meeting of the Electors’ Union was or a Conference held in Nakuru in October 1943.
  • The movement for the formation of the Electors’ Union was led by Dr. Ernest Parsons and a group of enthusiasts including Mr. G. E. C. Robinson.
  • The Electors’ Union came into being because its founders were wise enough to for see that the post war would demand new approaches to old problems and the European would be faced with challenges of every sort which could only be met by a strong and determined organization.