Isaac Mwaura, Caleb Kositany, Cate Waruguru, Peris Tobiko, Wilson Sossion, Christopher Langat, Charles Keter among others are just some of the top names that were defeated in the UDA party primaries. For that reason, there have been fears that Ruto may end up losing some of his close allies they opt to leave the party and seek their preferred elective seats as independent candidates.
Jubilations Rocking Kenya Kwanza as Another Influential Leader Joins The National Campaigns (Photos.
Kenya Kwanza alliance coalition has today received a major political boost after another influential and powerful leader from the great Rift Valley region abandons his senatorial bid to rejoin the United Democratic Alliance party of deputy president Dr William Ruto where he will now join the coalitions national campaigns. This is after Bomet senator honourable Dr Christopher Langat who had initially been defeated in the United Democratic Alliance party primaries and had gone to defend his seat on independent party ticket abandons his ambition for Bomet senate seat na joined William Ruto's presidential campaign team.
Embattled nominated MP Wilson Sossion who threatened to severe ties with the Ruto-led UDA party and contest for Bomet County's senate seat as an independent candidate following what he termed as shambolic nominations exercise that saw him come a distant third has recalled his stand. Sossion who was making his first attempt in competitive politics has now embraced his loss and promised to help rallying the masses to overwhelmingly support DP Ruto's presidential bid.
Section of the Kalenjin leaders have threatened to join Azimio One Kenya Alliance following unfair United Democratic Alliance party nomination exercise. The two political leaders; Bomet senator Christopher Langat and Member of parliament Alfred Keter have shown interest in joining Azimio Coalition after they were denied the UDA tickets to defend their current seats.
Currently in the country, many people have been talking about the big names especially those close to Deputy President William Ruto who ended up losing in the party primaries. The likes of Charles Njagua, Caleb Kositany, Cate Waruguru, Isaac Mwaura, Peris Tobiko, Wilson Sossion, Christopher Langat and others have been dominating headlines as Kenyans wait to hear their next move.
Bomet county have already released their UDA lineup for the August general elections. This is after conducting nominations that are currently ongoing. These are the leaders who will go into the August general elections with the UDA party ticket. The winners are; Governor - Professor Hillary Barchok.
Wilson Sossion has announced his intention ahead of the August 9 National Elections, upon losing the UDA candidacy for the Bomet senatorial seat. On Sunday evening, Sossion announced that he had joined forces with Senator Christopher Langat to take on Hillary Sigei, who had ended up winning the UDA pass.
Hon Wilson Sossion. (Photo courtesy). A new comer to the world of politics, Lawyer Hillary Sigei won the United Democratic Alliance Party ticket for the Bomet County senatorial seat. He floored the incumbent Hon Christopher Langat and Nominated Member of Parliament Hon Wilson Sossion.
Bomet county senatorial race will have three top mean competing for the same seat. Wakili Sigei, Christopher Langat and Nick Salat. It is sad News for Gideon Moi's Man who is also the secretary general of KANU party as the latest opinion poll has placed him third.
Senator Christopher Langat of Bomet has decided to run as a United Democratic Alliance member rather than as an independent. Dr. Langat has withdrawn from the run for re-election as a senator after promising to offer the existing deputy president, DR William Ruto, his full support. Vice President William Ruto's candidacy has also received Dr. Langat's backing.
Photo courtesy of Deputy President William Ruto and Other United Democratic Alliance (UDA) leaders. Deputy President William Ruto continues to consolidate his United Democratic Alliance party policies to boost his presidential bid as he seeks to become the fifth President of the Republic of Kenya. However, It is merely a few weeks after the Parties' nominations that a section of the aspirants lost their ambitions.
While welcoming the vocal senator, Dp Ruto went to his Twitter handle posing. "UDA thanks Bomet Senator Dr. Christopher Langat for choosing to end his independent candidature to support UDA after consultations. Dr. Langat joins the national Presidential campaign team to help deliver a Hustler Nation victory on August 9."
UDA is facing a threat of mass Exodus as it's big wigs That lost in Nomination are decamping From kenya Kwanza with some claiming rigging happened in Nomination Process. The most notable one include; Wilson Sossion, Bomet Senator Christopher Langat and nominated MP Isaac Mwaura. However, Mwaura has conceded defeat and announced that he'll work with his close Rival to ensure that they Clinch the Ruiru Parliamentary seat.
Photo Courtesy/ DP William Ruto Shaking Hands With Incumbent Hon Christopher Andrew Langat The DP William Ruto's Party, UDA has again today received a major boost as it remains very few days to August general elections. According to the latest communication reaching our media airwaves now, Hon Christopher Andrew Langat, the Bomet Senator who is also seeking for a re-election has dropped his bid to support the UDA candidate Hon Hillary Sigei in the race to recapture the Bomet County Senate Seat.
The deputy president William Ruto's team today proudly welcomed Bomet senator Dr Christopher Langat who shelved his ambitions to support Hon Hilary Sigei. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the Bomet senator who lost in nominations will now support the deputy president William Ruto's presidential ambitions in the next general election.
A photo going around on social media has caught the attention of Kenyans. Previously, it was alleged to be the image of George Natembeya. The shirt the man on this image is wearing, bears a striking resemblance to the shirt Natembeya donned today. Disquieting rumours claim that 'the ground' was hostile to the former Rift Valley regional commissioner and stripped him.
MP Sossion has broken silence after he was defeat in Bomet county and declared that he is still listening to the ground to know which way he will take ahead of the 2022 polls. He revealed that the people of Bomet were denied a chance of voting for the right leader simply because the UDA polls were not free and fair simply because most of the people were planning against him.
When Deputy President William Ruto loses, the likes of Kipchumba Murkomen, Oscar Sudi, Rigathi Gachagua and others will have lost. That is because they have always been there for him and thus, they are regarded as his close allies. While that is the case, the UDA party primaries caused jitters in DP William Ruto's camp because some of Ruto's close allies like Caleb Kositany, Cate Waruguru, Isaac Mwaura, Peris Tobiko, Wilson Sossion, Christopher Langat and others were defeated and thus, raising questions if they will sit back and support the UDA party or they will cross over and ran as independent candidates.
The United Democratic Alliance(UDA) nominations were done a few days ago. Some prominent politicians lost the nominations. In Bomet County Senator Christopher Langat and Orange Democratic Movement nominated MP Wilson Sossion have threatened to ditch United Democratic Alliance and move on as independent candidates in the upcoming August, 9, General polls.
2022 polls are taking shape and leadres are now focusing on August polls to secure their seats in the next parliament. However, Most of the leaders broke the silence after the UDA party nominations as they revealed that it was not free and fair, and most of those who lost the battle have declared that they will be vying in 2022 polls using an independent party.