100 Year Old Man Predicts UDA Party's Monumental Upcoming Victory
By ObserverNews | self meida writer
Published 4 days ago - 12231 views
A 100 year old man has predicted UDA party's impending victory in Matungu's upcoming mini polls. According to a video making rounds online, the wise man informed former Kakamega Senator Bonny Khalalwe that Alex Lanya will trounce his competitors to emerge victorious.
An elated bonny Khalalwe could not contain his joy has he awarded the old man with several notes for his prediction that has Left UDA party followers happy country wide.
The William Ruto linked party has continued to gain serious support across the country with many political observers noting the outfit will be a major force in the upcoming months.
Currently, UDA has presented candidates in various By-Elections around the country with many people noting it may win most of the seats it will participate in.
If the prediction of the old man will come true, a victory in Matungu will send a strong message around the country to other political parties.
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