The Deputy President William Samoei Ruto's United Democratic Alliance Party has continued to grow and penetrate all the corners of the Republic of Kenya. The Party has gained the national shape barely a half a year since it was officially launched.
As the August 9, 2022 General elections is drawing close, the party's members are using all the accepted means to sell it out to the public to increase its support base from the voters.
The party aims to field the aspirants for all the elective positions across the country right from the presidential flagbearer being the DP Willuam Ruto to the grassroot leaders such as MCAs.
The former Kakamega senator Dr Boni Khalwale has continued to publicize the potential MCA aspirants in the forthcoming elections especially the youths who pay allegiance to the UDA party. This publicity has widely been on social media such as twitter and Facebook.
On Tuesday, Dr Khalwale posted on his twitter account the youth by the name Vincent Mmaitsi who will be vying for Mountain View Ward as an MCA using the UDA party ticket. The ward is found in Westlands Constituency, Nairobi City County being led by Honorable Maurice Onyango Ochieng'.
However, Kenyans have reacted to the Dr Khalwale's persistence in posting youths as UDA candidates even before the party nominations have not been conducted. Here are some of the reactions.
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