The polical temperatures in the country are continuously rising as 2022 general elections nears.All eyes in the country are in Kabuchai and Matungu by-election.The two elections are set to be tight competition as UDA gains popularity in the Western Kenya.
However, the police have been associated with rigging as they made thorough searching in hotels for Kapserer member of parliament Oscar Sudi.The incident that was recorded and posted on social media shows police officers raiding hotel rooms aiming at arresting the legislator.
The Kabuchai and Matungu elections is equally important to UDA as they continue to promote the party and the hustler narratives in the country.The Hustler Nation die hard Oscar Sudi has been at the forefront campaigning for UDA in the last by-elections in the country.However, details have emerged that in the elections chaos and bribery has been witnessed in the two constituencies.
What do you think about the by-election? Would UDA win the elections in the country? Share your thoughts below and share.
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