President William Ruto has today received huge political support as supporters of Raila Odinga from Home Bay county in the lager Nyanza region crossed the line as they ditch the ODM party and joins UDA party of president William Ruto.Homabay residents today were encouraged to cross the line and join UDA party where the party had massive registration of members from Raila Odinga stronghold just months after the August general elections in the country.
The campaign have Homa Bay county painted yello was led by Hon Odoyo Owidi among other from Nyanza region."As the Secretary General of UDA, I am very proud of the UDA fratanity, Nyanza brigade led by Hon Dave Kalo,
Director Lake Basin Development Authority and Hon. Odoyo Owidi, Chairperson Lake Victoria South Water Works Urgency who conducted an impressive party recruitment drive in Oyugis, Kasipul constintunecy painting the whole town yello," UDA secretary General posted.In attendance were Dr. Ngetich first Bomet Women Representative, Hon Stacy Muthini (Yatta Machakos) Hon. Martin Ogindo former Ranger MP among other leaders," he added.
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