United Democtratic Alliance, UDA Kisumu branch today made tours in Kisumu where they met Market traders from Nyalunya, issued UDA aprons and hold talks with UDA officials in Nyalunya, Kisumu East Constituency, Kisumu County. Kisumu is one counties considered to be Orange Democratic Movement, ODM party leader Raila Odinga's strongholds.
According to the UDA party Officials, the traders were educated on the party's policies aimed at empowering SMEs under the Bottom up economic model regime. Several United Democratic Alliance, UDA leaders taught the Kisumu residents why Deputy President William Ruto is vital for the progress of their small scale businesses.
The UDA agents also reminded the residents to support Deputy President William Ruto's presidential ambitions adding that Kenya will be in the safe hands with Ruto as the president.
They urged Kisumu residents to come out in large numbers and register as voters in the ongoing voters registration that started on Monday and is set to last for one Month.
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