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Sen. Kan'gata Reacts As UDA Attracts Very Few Aspirants Eying Various Seats In Muran'ga County

Muran'ga senator Irungu Kan'gata, a staunch supporter of Ruto's United Democratic Alliance party, has explained why United Democratic Alliance party has attracted very few politicians wishing to fly its ticket in the forthcoming general elections.

According to Kan'gata who is eying the Muran'ga gubernatorial seat, many aspirants fear that they will not secure tickets as their are individuals who have been in the party since its formation therefore they will be given first priority.

Kan'gata also explained that other aspirants are either trading with the national government or are employees of the national government therefore they fear being targeted especially with court charges.

“The perception of people who have been persecuted because of the party. Somebody like Ndindi Nyoro has been arrested over his support for the party. Such factors cause some people to be afraid,” he said.

The party has so far attracted very few aspirants, in the Gubernatorial race Only Kan'gata has declared interest, in the senate only Nyutu has, and in lower seats including members of parliament and members of county assembly a few number has declared interest, this comes despite Ruto being perceived as the most popular presidential candidate in the county.


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Irungu Kan'gata Muran'ga Ndindi Nyoro Ruto United Democratic Alliance


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