Huge Blow to DP Ruto as Popular Senator Ditches UDA After Losing In Nominations
Courtesy photo Deputy President William Ruto's United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Party has suffered a huge blow after a sitting senator ditched the party a few days after party nominations. Senator Peter Ndwiga has reported ditched the UDA Party after losing in nominations Citizen Digital reports that Senator Ndwiga has confirmed that he will be on the ballot paper come August 9.
Powerful Senator Suffers A Huge Defeat In UDA Nominations Just Weeks After Dumping Uhuru For Ruto
As part of the United Democratic Alliance party nominations, Senator Peter Ndwiga of Embu is among the political heavyweights who have found it difficult to get their nominations approved. Embu Deputy Governor David Kariuki, according to the Nation, has whitewashed Ndwiga in the contest for the UDA party's nomination to run for Senator.Mr.
Embu senator Peter Ndwiga defects to UDA
Celebrations rock UDA camp on Monday morning as they welcomed yet another senior politician. Embu senator Peter Ndwiga has joined UDA making the Party even stronger. This is good news to the DP as succession politics become more intense and more complicated because there are very many political alignments that make politics very interesting.
2 UDA Leaders Ditch The Party, Make Announcement Ahead Of August
As the country heads to the August 2022 general election, Deputy President William Ruto has been doing everything possible to lure as many as possible people to support him. He has been urging political leaders to join his camp and for sure, he had a wide range of following prior to the UDA party primaries but after the primaries, things have been going wrong for Ruto.
Peter Ndwiga Opens Up On Ditching UDA Party After Losing In Nominations And His Way Forward On Polls
After losing in the UDA party primaries last week, Embu Senator Peter Njeru Ndwiga has left the Kenya Kwanza coalition. Ndwiga has announced that he will run for re-election as an independent candidate in the August General Election. Ndwiga received 19,062 votes in the nominations, compared to 27,000 votes for Deputy Governor David Kariuki.