Today, 4th of March, the new secretary general for the UDA party made a visit to Kisumu county. The UDA party SG attended a ceremony to officially launch the newly built UDA offices in the Nyanza region.
While delivering his speech during the UDA ceremony in Kisumu, Cleophas Malala encouraged the residents within Nyanza and western region in general to come out in large numbers to register as UDA party members.
The Kakamega ex-senator has now raised the netizens' eyebrows after he stated that all UDA party members have an added advantage in the government. Malalah has stated that netizens who are party members and possess the UDA party card have an added advantage when the government is hiring individuals.
"If you have a UDA card, you have an added advantage in hiring," Malalah said while he delivered his speech to residents within Kisumu county.
Meanwhile, a popular government official previously ilicited mixed reactions amongst Kenyans after he noted that the government works like a company. The leader noted that in the country there are individuals who possess more shares in the government than others and that those with the most shares will be rewarded first.
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