Isaac Mwaura is one of the people that were rigged out of the UDA nominations in the ended primaries nominations. The senator who has been quite Eve since the announcement was made has finally come out to break the silence of his defeat in the senatorial race. Mwaura was speaking during a UDA meeting when he opened up about his defeat.
He said that he accepts the results of the nominations like they are and promised to always remain a member of UDA. In the meeting, those who had succeeded were awarded with certificates to confirm that they were the flag bearers of UDA for the different posts.
A number of popular politicians missed out in the UDA nominations and very few have come out to concede to the defeat. This has however not blocked those that succeeded from carrying out their celebrations. Listen to Mwaura speaking about his defeat in the link shared below. Time 0:00 forward. Remember to follow the page for more news updates daily.
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