Nandi County Senator Samson Cherargei has alleged that Kisumu 'Dala' is officially yellow UDA (United Democratic Alliance).
Along with UDA Secretary-General Senator Cleophas Malala, UDA Treasurer Hon. Nyakundi, Hon. Fred Outa, Chairman SASRA H.E Ranguma, and other leaders, Cherargei met with UDA grassroots delegates drawn from the Nyanza region at Kisumu City.
During the meeting, Senator Cherargei spoke about the need for unity among leaders from the region and the importance of supporting the UDA party.
He emphasized that the UDA party has a clear vision for the country and is focused on improving the lives of Kenyans. He also thanked the delegates for their unwavering support for the UDA party and assured them of his commitment to work tirelessly for the party.
The UDA Secretary-General, Senator Cleophas Malala, expressed his delight in the support shown by the Kisumu community towards the UDA party.
He noted that the party is keen on building a strong grassroots network and urged the delegates to continue rallying their communities behind the UDA party.
The meeting was well attended by UDA grassroots delegates from the Nyanza region, who expressed their support for the UDA party.
They noted that the UDA party is the only party that is committed to improving their lives and urged their leaders to join the party.
In conclusion, Senator Cherargei's allegation that Kisumu Dala is officially yellow UDA is a significant political move that has the potential to reshape politics in the region.
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