Bungoma's recently elected senator, Wafula Wakoli, has issued a strong message to the UDA party's top brass in response to suggestions that the parties comprising the Kenya Kwanza movement should join to become the UDA party.
Wakoli, who was elected as the Bungoma Senator just three months ago, reportedly stated that they never committed to fold their political parties to join UDA during the signing of the coalition accord. To paraphrase the Ford Kenya lawmaker: "We have a political party that we aspire to expand to the heights of having a national repute," implying that the UDA camp's goals would not materialise.
"Nowhere in the cooperation agreement we signed for the UDA did we commit to collapse our party. Hence, I'd want to implore UDA Secretary General Cleophas Malala to desist from urging us to "fold Ford Kenya." "According to Wakoli.
According to recently appointed UDA Secretary General Cleophas Malala, all other political parties within the Kenya Kwanza movement must now disband and merge into the UDA party.
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