Photo Courtesy of Google :UDA members in a past function
A report by the Deputy President William Ruto has indicated that another politician of the United Democratic Alliance Party has dropped his political aspirations to support UDA candidate.
A post by Deputy President William Ruto has established that Jonas Kuko who was aspiring to be the Member of the National Assembly For Saboti Constituency has decided to deffer his bid in favor of Mr Bernard Wambwa.
The decision was made by Kenya Kwanza Alliance Coalition members from the region who include MP Robert Pukose, Rigathi Gachagua, Kimani Ichung’wa abd Rahab Mukami.
Here below is the confirmation statement by Deputy President William Ruto
Saboti Constituency Kenya Kwanza leaders have resolved to support Mr Bernard Wambwa (UDA) for the seat. We salute Mr Jonas Kuko for deferring his bid. Present were MPs Robert Pukose, Rigathi Gachagua, Kimani Ichung’wa and Rahab Mukami. https://t.co/JP3irzmEZr
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