The deputy president William Ruto has warned UDA party aspirants against use of the violence in party nominations. Ruto has made it clear that the party will conduct free and fair nominations to ensure fair play ahead of the 2022 general election.
According to Ruto, it's clear some party aspirants might want to use violence something completely unacceptable. He has made it clear that his agenda is to see a strong UDA party that will outlive generations to come by ensuring fairness and competitiveness within the party.
Ruto has been clear he wants to build a party that has discipline and structures to move the country forward. He is clear of his agenda and mission to ensure the party achieved the support of most people not because they are forced by anybody but just because of the party ideology.
The deputy president William Ruto has however made it clear that anybody who will try to use violence in the party primaries will be disqualified. He has affirmed that anybody who will try to joke around with the party will face trouble of even being disqualified from running through the party.
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