UDA Supporters Are Hereby Warned Against Transacting With This Person
By NewsIn | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 8055 views
The United Democratic Alliance party has warned members of the public especially UDA supporters not to associate with one Bernard Kiala, according to the notice by the party and shared by the party chairman Hon. Johnstone Muthama, the person named has been conning UDA supporters pretending to be one of the party officials, he has been introducing himself as a super coordinator lower Eastern Kenya region.
The notice has revealed that Kiala has been conning the prospective UDA candidates that he has the capacity to have them issued with the party tickets, he also says he has got powers to get someone employed by the party.
The party has therefore warned that the party will not accept any liability or responsibility resulting from a transaction conducted by the named person. It has requested members of the public to report any illegal business Bernard Kiala transacts to the nearest police station.
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