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Bad News to Ruto's UDA as Register of Political Parties Makes This Bold Decision Over Ksh115m Demand

The United Democratic Alliance, the administration of President William Ruto, suffered a significant blow on Tuesday, November 22, as a result of the Registration of Political Parties' audacious march toward their Ksh 115M demand.

According to a report covered by the Star Kenya, Ruto's UDA party push to be allocated more extra funds from their initially paid Ksh 577M could run into trouble because the ORPP agrees with the Register of Political Parties over the formula they used to distribute the funds among all the Political Parties in the nation.

Attorney Joy Onyango is allegedly leading the charge to have UDA's case dismissed after UDA claimed that some of its votes in Kericho and Ravine weren't taken into account in the results.

It should be recalled that the ksh 1.48 billion Political Parties Fund was intended to help 48 Political Parties, with ODM receiving an initial ksh 308 million allocation.

Other close wins included Eugene Wamalwa's DAP Kenya, Musalia Mudavadi's Ford Kenya, and Kalonzo's Wiper party.

In the interim, we must wait and see whether the tribunal will stick to its original plan for allocating the funds or give in to UDA's demands.

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