Earlier today, United Democratic Alliance party received a lot of criticism after recent development. Nominated Senator Millicent Omanga was today accused of not delivering as promised by Bevalyne Kwamboka who has been selling chips near a footbridge. This is after she complained that the senator went to social media to claim that she had donated cash and a sack of potatoes which she did not.
These allegations have led to the conclusion that UDA members are fraudsters as they have been lying to the people of Kenya. The secretary general for Orange Democratic Movement Edwin Sifuna has today called the members, who are allied to the deputy president, 'wakora' stirring up reactions online.
Most people supported his claim stating that most leaders affiliated to the party have been linked to several corrupt activities making them fraudsters. Some went to allege that the deputy president himself is a corrupt leader who has been lying to Kenyans just to get to power.
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