UDA political party is now conquering the politics of Kenya since it was registered as a political party. Off late we have seen the party gain alot of popularly from Kenyans where upto date it has registered over two million people.
Today another UDA supporter who is also a member of parliament has angered many after he was spotted using government money to brand office and work for UDA. The news was disclosed by Kenyans blogger, Robert Alai on his Facebook account. He also asked Kenyans if it was allowed to use use government money for personal gains.
This angered kenyans because the money which is ment to cater for constituency development is now being used in a wrong way. Kenyans are now calling the government to act fast and verify if what is being said is true or false. While others claimed that the blogger was just practicing hatespeach since he doesn't love the hustler movement.
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