Deputy President Dr William Ruto's close ally from the Nyanza region Senator Millicent Omanga has regrettably reacted on terror that is currently being meted on individuals who are connected to the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party.
On her twitter page, the vocal Legislator has informed that there have been a lot of terror meted o think UDA party agents, the UDA party supporters and even the UDA party candidates in the past and in today's by-elections. Omanga has established that the terror is regrettable.
The Legislator has however stated that the Raila Odinga led Orange Democratic Movement Party is crying in Bonchari, a situation she said would be the best example of things ending in tears.
"The kind of terror meted on UDA agents, supporters and candidates in the past and today's by-elections is regrettable. I also understand ODM is crying in Bonchari. This could be the best example of "it will end in tears'." MP Milicent Omanga stated on her twitter page.
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