Some of the United Democratic Alliance party members (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
Deputy President William Ruto's party, the United Democratic Alliance party are making big moves in ensuring that their political ambitions are achieved by next year.
The party has been welcoming new legislatures, as well as making huge appointments that will help them with campaigning.
Today, UDA party secretary general, Veronica Maina has made a huge announcement that there might have been an error on the appointment of thirty four NEC officials.
According to the party SG, there will be various ammendments made on error then an official list will be released.
"The United Democratic Alliance yesterday formally conveyed to party faithful and the general public a list of 34 officials who will form NEC in accordance with political parties act.
The party wishes to inform the general public that there was an inadvertent error in that list and therefore an amended list will be issued in the due course." The Announcement read.
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