United Democratic Alliance, UDA party is one of the most famous and influential political parties in the republic of Kenya currently. This party is closely associated with the deputy president of Kenya Dr William Ruto together with his Tangatanga allies who defected from Jubilee party. Since its formation, this party has been gaining new members day by day.
Now, today, members of this party increased. This came in after one of the Powerful Ukambani leaders changed his tune to join this mansion. This leader is none other than hon Stephen Kilonzo, the former secretary general of The Maendeleo Chap Chap party.
As seen from the reports, hon Kilonzo made this move today following Dp Ruto's visit to Machakos county where he sold his political agendas. Hon Kilonzo is known to have been a close associate to the governor of Machakos county hon Alfred mutua who happens to be his party leader and he is expected to vie for senatorial seat using UDA party. His move will be of a great benefit to Dr William Ruto expecially on his Ukambani support.
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