With barely 8 months to the general elections, political activities have hit a level high as politicians traverse the country selling their political agendas. The United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party of Deputy President Dr. William Ruto is today on the spot after it emerged that the party has fired five of its officials, one month after they were appointed.
Through a statement published in the Official Gazette by the Registrar of Political Parties Ann Nderitu, UDA fired Anthony Otieno Ombok, former secretary of planning, and was replaced by Karisa Nzai Munyika.
The national treasurer will now be the former Mugirango South MP, Omingo Magara who has replaced Ms. Eddah Jebet Ruto. Jamhuri Guyo Warda will replace Mohammed Ishmael as deputy secretary and coordinator of national affairs.
Lawyer Edward Muriu will now replace Melisa Ngania as secretary of matters of law for the UDA party, and Susan Nyawira, the former deputy treasurer, will be replaced by former Embu County senator Kanake Joshua Mugo.
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