Members of United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party addressing members of the press conference. (Photo courtesy).
Migori Senator Dr Ochillo Ayacko who is among the stauch members of Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga's ally, has blasted the Deputy President Dr William Ruto's party United Democratic Alliance (UDA) saying that it is known for sabotaging the war against corruption.
Speaking in an interview as quoted by NTV, Ayacko said that UDA party is good at sabotaging the war against corruption and it does not support the fight against it, despite being the common enemy that is affecting the country in terms of development.
Ochillo argued that unlike his party ODM, UDA members are always at the for front to accuse the government about intimidation whenever one of them is arrested due to corruption. That has been their character since it's formation and they have made it difficult for the government to fight corruption.
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