The United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party is experiencing fissures, according to former Bahati Constituency Member of Parliament Kimani Ngunjiri. Ngunjiri claims that the UDA party is corrupt and governed by cartels. He disclosed that the party has lost strength as a result of the current leaders hiring their brothers, sisters, and girlfriends to work in the party headquarters.
"My anxiety for our party, UDA, is really great. The party is for all of us, not just some people, so don't bring your girlfriends, sisters, driver, or maid. Our party has been ruined by this. When the next election comes along, what will we say to the voters? If we don't work hard, many individuals will run as independent candidates." During an interview with a local media outlet, Kimani Ngunjiri remarked.
President William Ruto has been beckoned by Ngunjiri to come out and organize the party in advance of the 2027 national elections. Since the party is one of the biggest in the nation, this will shield them from embarrassment. Follow the page to receive daily news updates.
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