The By-elections showdowns held by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) on Tuesday in Bonchari, Rurii Ward and Juja Constituency is over, with deputy President William Ruto preferred candidates bagging two positions, that is Juja and Rurii, while loosing in Bonchari to Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party on a close range.
Top parties, including Jubilee and ODM were flexing muscles with the newly born UDA, with the rulling party loosing all elections. However, the second in command has reacted with a message to president Uhuru Kenyatta and the former prime minister Raila Odinga.
Through his Twitter social media handle, the Sugoi son congratulated the opponents, that is Jubilee and ODM for taking Part in the showdown, asserting that he is ready to make the UDA victories an issue based and pull together with Uhuru and Raila to plan the economic development and the big found you agenda.
"HONGERA our competitors, let's keep it ISSUE BASED and PULL together. Sasa tupange uchumi na Big4," the DP has penned on his Twitter handle.
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