Kenyans has elected reactions online after the United Democratic alliances candidate Nzuki floored other candidates to secure a win in the Nakuru London ward by- elections which was held on 4th March 2021.This has elicited reactions from kenyans majority of them showing excited about the results. Some kenyans said that Hustlers are taking over as this will be a good start.
The nominated senator hon Millicent has sent a message to London ward voters to thanking them for their wonderful support.In her message Senator Omanga congratulated the voters in London ward saying 4 more to go. "Asanteni sana London Ward, 4 more to go" Omanga wrote. Other leader who welcomed to the UDA win is Kiharu member of parliament hon Ndindi Nyoro. The United Democratic alliances has also fielded candidates in other by elections which were held in the same day and it's a Wait and see the next results.
The United Democratic alliances is associated with the deputy president William Ruto who is seeking to empower the hustlers nation when elected come 2022.
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