There have been a rise in Kenyans trying their luck in political fields. Most taking the advantage of the newly formed UDA Party as it is gaining a lot of popularity especially in central and rift valley regions.
Here are people who you probably have seen on your screen that are allegedly vying for elective seats in 2022 through UDA Party.
Mr Brian is a police officer and a well known kenyan actor.
He was a character in the popular Maria Tv Series that was airing on Citizen TV. His name on the series was Bondi El-Chapo.
Bondi has now shown his ambitions in representing residents of Matisi Ward in Kitale, Trans Nzoia county in the County Assembly as their Member of County Assembly coming 2022 through UDA Party.
He once shared a logo of the party with the caption "Team ni wheelbarrow"
2. Dennis Mugo
He is the former Tahidi High TV Series actor popularly known as OJ.
He has announced his interest in vying for MCA seat in Ruguru - Ngandori ward in Embu County in UDA Party ticket.
Joseph Kinuthia alias Omosh was witnessed few days ago at UDA party headquarters where he publicly registered as a member.
He also went ahead to endorse the party to the public.
There are some speculations that he may be vying for Kayole Central Ward MCA in Nairobi County through UDA Party.
What's your view on these kenyan actors trying to do politics? Can they make it? Share your views on the comment section below.
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