On Saturday 9th of October, Nyahururu residents were wowed after a couple dressed on United Democratic Alliance t-Shirts were spotted taking a walk on the streets while pushing their baby on a wheelbarrow.
According to the photo, the baby is also dressed in yellow clothes while the wheelbarrow is also covered with a yellow sheet printed UDA.
From the photo, one could clearly note that the couple are ardent supporters of United Democratic Alliance (UDA) which is allied to Deputy President William Ruto.
The Nyahururu account comes after a series of similar accounts whereby different ardent supporters of UDA across Kenya have been revealing their loyalty to the Party via different means including naming their assets after UDA among others.
According to a number of Political Analysts, United Democratic Alliance (UDA) gained popularity in Kenya's political arena within a short period of time as compared to any other Party in the Political history of Kenya.
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