The Homa Bay women representative Gladys Wanga in a television interview today said that the UDA party was let down by the huge number of supporters in their rallies that ended up not voting for their candidates.
She proceeded to allege that the party was paying people to attend their huge campaigns which in the long run did not help them get desired results they wanted. The vocal leader further noted that it was not good for majority of UDA members to still claim to be in Jibilee and yet they were busy selling policies of the new party.
The Raila staunch supporter went on to challenge the deputy president and his brigade to just do like what the former prime minister did when some years back he had to resign from a party he disagreed with and sought for fresh election mandate from people.
She finally told the Uasin Gishu women representative Gladys Shollei that UDA was going nowhere and before the next general election probably they were going to split.
Attached is a video link of the leader speaking:
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