United Democratic Alliance Party (UDA) is likely to face unprecedented challenge with the Mt Kenya region after the Jubilee Party through the Kirinyaga Governor Ann Waiguru released a statement on it's rejuvenation. The UDA Party allied to the Deputy President William Ruto has received massive backing from Mt Kenya region but any plan to reengineer the ruling party will be a major blow to the UDA goals.
According to a statement released by the Kirinyaga Governor on her Twitter handle things have not been going well for the ruling Party. However, the former Cabinet Secretary For Devolution has hinted the possibility of transforming the ruling party before the next elections. Although the Kirinyaga Governor has admitted that rain has been beating the ruling party, he has urged for urgent reengineering of Jubilee Party.
The Kirinyaga Governor has urged the party restore the original vision, glory and stature or otherwise they to contend with predictable consequences. Waiguru says there's is a need to embrace new ways of thinking and doing of things.
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