The wiper party has been left in disbelieve following the latest news from the United Democratic Alliance Party. Lately, ODM, ANC, Jubilee, and Wiper party are some of the parties which are in limbo as some of their members are defecting to UDA.
The United Democratic Alliance Party is among the most powerful parties which have been accelerating at a horrific speed. Under tht leadership of Deputy President William Ruto as the flag bearer and Muthama Johnstone as the party's chair.
Today has been a sad day for the Wiper Party's Murang'a County Chairman Bernard Chege Waweru defects to UDA. The UDA welcomed him with a lot of joy as he plans to contest for Murang'a senatorial seat.
United Democratic Movement party's Secretary-General Veronica and Executive director Odanga Pessa is among the top leaders who welcomed him to the camp.
Meanwhile, the UDA party has been on move to urge Kenyans to support their ideologies as we approach the next general elections.
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