Three members of parliament who were recently floored in the recently concluded UDA primaries today held a meeting with deputy president William Ruto at his official residence. The meeting being part of Ruto's bigger plan of uniting the defeated candidates to support those who carried the day in the nomination.
Also in attendance was Kipchumba Murkomen the Elgeyo Marakwet senator who has been instrumental in uniting the worrying sides after the nominations. Also present was deputy governor Wesley Rotich who also has offered to mediate and dialogue for those who were floored in the primaries.
The members of parliament present included Benson Cheserek who lost in the primaries together with Stephen Cheburwa and Laxmanner Kiptoo. All this leaders agreeing in one voice to support the incumbents who had won the nominations. Ruto promised that their support will not go unrewarded in his government once he takes over power.
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