An advocacy group in Kenya has urged institutions vetting electoral candidates to disqualify 25 politicians from running for office over integrity concerns. The BBC reports that the National Integrity Alliance said that failure to disqualify the 25 aspirants would mean that Kenyans risk electing corrupt people to public office. Of the 25 politicians, eight are allied to Deputy President William Ruto’s Kenya Kwanza coalition, while 10 are from Raila Odinga’s Azimio la Umoja coalition. Kenyans will cast ballots to elect the president, governors, senators, MPs and civic leaders on 9 August.