Before the party nomination is done in the country to get the candidate to vie for a particular elective position using the party ticket, the Deputy President William Ruto's UDA Party has been receiving criticism for giving the direct tickets to those in inner circle.
The UDA Party is aiming at fielding its candidates across the country to assume the national figure. The Deputy President is determined to sell the Party's campaigns and development agenda to Kenyans in preparation for the next year's general elections.
The former Kakamega Senator Dr Boni Khalwale who is also the DP Ruto's ally from Western region is best known for posting the 'potential' UDA candidates aspiring to vie for the elective seats such as Member of County Assembly MCAs or Member of Perliament MP.
On Sunday, Dr Boni elicited Kenyans reactions online when he posted the UDA candidate for the Isukha East Ward. Here are some of the reactions from Kenyans.
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