The political tension is high in these four counties ahead of expected By-elections tomorrow. UDA party has candidates in all the expected by-election at Hells Gate and London in Nakuru county. The BBI report passed with flying colors in Nakuru County despite of strong UDA party supporters like Susan Kihika coming from the region.
Uasin Gishu Women representative Gladys Boss Sholei and Senator Susan Kihika were having a UDA meeting alleged on strategic planning of the expected by-election. These meetings was disrupted by the police forcing the UDA spearheads to stop there meeting.
UDA party is remembered to have supported a candidate in Msambweni by-elections where they won against unstoppable Hon. Raila Odinga. DP Ruto's allies were dealt a blow trying to strategize to win against Jubilee candidates in Nakuru in order to expand there territory and fame in the rift. The disruption of there meetings is another blow to UDA party and they will have to swallow bitter pill this time round and respect the law.
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