The Democratic Action Party of Eugene Wamalwa has released their official statement of the party as they mark their first anniversary since the launch of the party on 14th December, 2021.
The party has gone ahead to thank those people who have supported it as the party was ranked position five after UDA, ODM, Jubilee and Wiper after garnering 1,888,330 votes in the August elections.
The party filled the candidates in all positions but it only emerged to gain 1 governor, 2 deputy governors, 0 senators, 0 women rep, 5 Mps and lastly 40 MCAs.
The party was determined of gaining a win for a senator in the bi election held in Bungoma but their candidate Wamunyinyi was defeated.
The party had gained popularity in Western region and it's still intact in the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya and supporting the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga initiatives and ambitions.
What's your view, will the party continue supporting Raila or they might move to support their son Musalia Mudavadi?
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