As Few months remains to election poll, details have emerged attacking Deputy president William Ruto's United Democratic Alliance following the alleged fake promises. This comes as election poll set to be conducted on August 9, 2022.
However, alleging details, Azimio La Umoja's ally Donald Kipkorir has attacked Deputy president William Ruto's United Democratic Alliance revealing details, According to Donald Kipkorir, DP William Ruto's UDA party should be hold accountable by Kenyans on their promises that were not fulfilled.
"Kenyans must hold uda accountable on their promises . The Past is Important," Donald Kipkorir stated
Revealing details, Donald Kipkorir has alleged that UDA in 2013 with TNA promised 5 million jobs, stadium, industrialization, universal healthcare and water among the others that were not fulfilled effectively.
"When it came to power in 2013, urp, now uda jointly with TNA, promised 5,000,000 jobs, stadiums, industrialization, universal healthcare, water to all, ending corruption, ending insecurity," Donald Kipkorir added
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