United Democratic Alliance (UDA) associated to Deputy President William Ruto has continued its bid to stamp authority in Mt Kenya region.
This comes as the party which is seen as DP Ruto's political vehicle in the 2022 general election has officially opened its offices in President Uhuru Kenyatta's backyard in Central region, Nyandarua county.
The exercise which took place on Friday was spearheaded by the party secretary general Veronica Maina who was accompanied by Woman rep Faith Gitau and other aspirants and supporters.
"secretary general Veronica Maina officially opens Nyandarua county United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party offices in a colorful ceremony attended by woman rep Gitau and a host of aspirants and party supporters.
Maina urged aspirants to spearhead the party's membership registration drive." the party's official Facebook page has said.
This comes as UDA is seen the party that seems to be a chosen bus to help drive the Deputy William Ruto to win the top seat in 2022.
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