Majority of political parties in Kenya are formed to advocate for the interests of particular communities. This parties represent particular regions hence spreading tribal politics. Deputy president William Ruto have come up with a new vibrant UDA party.
The deputy president and his close allies have been popularizing this new party in different parts of the country. The party has also come up with a new bottom-up economic model which aims at empowering local traders and business people. This party influence and popularity is growing day after day.
Today the deputy president landed in Migori county for a series of political engagements in the county. The deputy president first met UDA aspirants and delegates from Migori county. Various leaders allied to UDA party were also present led by UDA regional coordinator Eliud Owalo. Migori governor Okoth Obado was also present.
In his speech, the deputy president accused political parties for running tribal politics in the country. He said that Kenya needs a national party with a national agenda like UDA party. He urged other parties to make attempts in giving their political parties a national figure.
The deputy president also drummed support of new bottom-up economic model. He said that this new economic model aims at lifting the poor and empowering them. He urged Migori residents to support the bottom-up economic model and UDA party.
This event was aired live on UDA digital strategist GK Malema official Facebook page. Below is the link of deputy president William Ruto speech.
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