As Deputy President William Ruto and some UDA delegates were busy in Kakamega County trying to popularise the bottom up economic development model, other UDA members were busy recruiting new members to the party.
The secretary general of UDA, Mrs Veronica Maina was in Nyandarua County where they opened new offices in a brilliant ceremony where other leaders pledged their support to Deputy President William Ruto.
Among the leaders who attended the ceremony and pledged their support is Nyandarua County Women representatives Faith Gitau.
"Secretary General Veronica Maina officially opens Nyandarua County United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party offices in a colorful ceremony attended by Women Rep Faith Gitau and a host of aspirants and party supporters." The reports stated.
This is a brilliant huge plus for Deputy President William Ruto as he is gradually winning over the Mt Kenya region. Take a look at some photos from the huge ceremony;
Is this enough to confirm DP Ruto is the kingpin of the Mt Kenya region?
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