Several political leaders will be seeking and contesting for various Government positions in the upcoming General elections through their parties of choice. There will be several leaders vying for one position through the same party which means that there must be nominations to enable one leader vie for the seat.
Speaking from his official Karen residence, Deputy President William Ruto assured all aspirants in the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party that there will be democracy in the nominations as no one will be required to know a certain top person to get a straight go ahead.
The DP stated: "The make or break in a party is in the fairness and democracy of nominations. You will not need to know the party’s secretary general, or any other official.
This is an undertaking I give to every. Those who win will win fairly. Those who win will lose fairly."
This is a crucial update which will not bring any conflict to the party which is young and seeking for several other leaders to vie through it.
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