The famous Rift Valley politician, Hon. Mishra Kiprop, has today joined President William Ruto's UDA Party. The secretary-general Cleophas Malala welcomed the former Jubilee party member, as well as other politicians representing the Asian community, into the party.
The former member of parliament for Kesses Constituency publicly apologized for ditching UDA for jubilee, just months to the general elections. He claimed that he made a huge mistake by not supporting President William Ruto in the 2022 elections, which caused him to lose his seat to his competitor from UDA.
As quoted by the media, his statement reads; “I confess today, the mistake and the blunder I did, I made the wrong decision, wrong direction, wrong party and wrong people but today, God sent me where I belong with a lot of forgiveness and blessings."
Recently the politician was linked to the Shakahola massacre after his Mediheal hospitals was accused of buying organs from the cult pastor, Paul Mackenzie
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