The United Democratic Alliance, UDA, party has taken to the county of Nakuru in a bid to get a voters registered in the county. UDA says that it hopes that they will have many members registered in the county which is a Jubilee stronghold.
Lee Kinyanjui is the Governer of Nakuru County and Jubilee is the party that voted him in twice. Susan Kihika is the senator of this county and she too, was elected on a jubilee ticket in a hotly contested seat.
Most of the Members of County Assembly are from the Jubilee party and this raid by UDA will be seen as some kind of defiance. The county wide member registration was launched today.
UDA says that it hopes that in two weeks it will have registered members all over the country. Jubilee will have to figure out a way to contain Ruto's party as they are serious about giving the party a national outlook.
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