The United Democratic Alliance Party was backing Anthony Nzuki in the by-elections that were being held today in London ward in Nakuru County. This followed the death of the former Honorable Member of County Assembly.
The party supporters were seen celebrating this big win for Deputy President Doctor William Ruto and his allies. It should be remembered that UDA leaders were blocked some time back from attending the meeting in the area.
The Honorables were going to a meeting to try and mobilize on how to ensure that they win the seat.
One Member of Parliament from Nakuru North, swore that the UDA Party will not win the seat. And if they did it would mean that he is not the MP for the area. This made Senator Kihika to sarcastically troll him.
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