Mathira Member of Parliament Hon Rigathi Gachagua has fired back as leadership wrangles sparks in the United Democratic Alliance as Kimilili MP Hon Didmus Barasa informs their plans to take the leadership of the party.
According to a report via the Nation, it has been established that Leadership wrangles have ensued in the UDA mansion with a section of top officials protesting over the recent names given in the constitution of the National Executive Council.
It has been established that some senior members of the Party and who had their names listed in the list of 34 officials have protested for the withdrawal of their names after had been forwarded to the Registrar of Political Parties by the Party Secretary-General Veronicah Maina.
The team has said that there are officials actively within the party who are aspirants and might block those Members of Parliament who are already within government since they cannot operate within the party primaries due to being blocked by the constitution.
However, Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua has fired informing that "UDA like any other new organization, faces a teething problem. There is no tension but healthy debate and criticism. UDA allows internal democracy and encourages members to speak out, unlike Jubilee which we left after it became a one-person dictatorship."
Kimilili MP Didmus Barasa has warned those who want to privatize the party saying that upon reaching February next year, they will all have the permission to leave their current party that took them to their position informing that those who are occupying the NEC of UDA will have to leave and they occupy those positions.
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