The politicians allied to the United Democratic Alliance, a party associated to the deputy president William Ruto, are setting hard times for themselves going forward. In their campaign trails which have been seen since the party was launched sometimes back, they have been giving out goodies to the people in different forms.
This was began by the DP Ruto himself when he started hiving out equipments including the wheelbarrow which brought a big debate in the country. In the recent by elections they have been doing what can be referred to as expensive campaigns. This can be seen from the ongoing campaign for the Kiambaa constituency seeking to fill the seat which was left vacant following the death of the former MP Paul Koinange.
"We shopped. Laughed. chatted. Exchanged ideas and got feedback. It was such joy leaving money in the pockets of residents in Gachie, Kiambaa. Days, that should be rewinded." Dennis Itumbi.
As they were meeting the people, they supported the business people by giving out money, wheelbarrows and other items. This will harden their campaigns in the 2022 polls since they have already set such precedence.
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