Big win for DP Ruto and UDA in Matungu By-election After Opposition Candidate Decides this
By ibramo | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 16456 views
United Democratic Alliance is a movement that was formed by prominent politicians who are allied to deputy president Dr. William Ruto. It is a movement that uses the Hustler Nation slogan to ensure that Deputy President Dr. William Ruto is fulfilling his dream of becoming president come 2022 presidential elections.
Following the death of Matungu Member of Parliament, the late Hon. Justus Murunga, the seat was declared vacant. Ruto's United Democratic Alliance decided to field a candidate in the Matungu by-election come March 2021. United Democratic Alliance is facing stiff competition from Orange Democratic Movement and the the Amani National Congress.
According to a tweet by Nation Counties, it seems as if DP Ruto's United Democratic Alliance is winning big in Matungu as other aspirants have decided to withdraw from the race in favour of United Democratic Alliance candidate, Alex Lanya.
"Aspirant in Matungu by-election withdraws from race in favour of UDA." Tweeted by Nation Counties.
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