Some few weeks ago, DP Ruto's UDA party kicked off the Nationwide membership registration in the country. This party deployed several agents in various regions so as to ensure that they register as many members as possible as they prepare themselves for 2022 general elections.
Now, today, DP Ruto's UDA party seems to have slowly penetrated Raila Odinga's Nyanza region which happens to be his main stronghold. This came in after reports on the number of UDA members who have been recruited in Kisumu county in the last two weeks. According to people's daily, UDA party has managed to register a total of 5000 members in Kisumu county and they are targeting to register more than 10,000 UDA members in the coming few weeks from the same county.
"According to Bernard Odhiambo, UDA’s interim coordinator in Kisumu, about 5,000 members have been registered in the excise. Odhiambo who said that the exercise was smooth noted that UDA is aiming at registering more than 10,000 members from the lake region." Said the people's daily.
Now, do you think that DP Ruto has penetrated Raila Odinga's main stronghold? Drop your view.
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