May 20, 2024

I’ll Oversee UDA Nominations Personally, Ruto Says

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UDA Nominations; DP William Ruto has said that he will personally oversee the United Democratic Alliance party primaries.

The Deputy President assured aspirants that the nominations will be free and fair.

He spoke at his Karen residence on Monday as he announced that ANC governor candidate for Kisii, Charles Matoke had stepped down for UDA’s Ezekiel Machogu.

He also announced that Joel Nyambane had stepped down for Kisii Deputy Governor Joash Maangi who will now vie for the county’s senate seat.

The UDA nominations are slated to take place on April 14.

According to the Deputy President, about 30 million votes have already been printed, with the remaining 15 million being completed.

He stated that UDA will be ready to run its primaries by the weekend.

“I want to assure all candidates across the country that we have the necessary experience and knowledge to run a credible nomination and we know the importance of that exercise. And as I told our members I will personally supervise to ensure that exercise is above board and every member gets an opportunity to be voted for to win or not win fairly,” Ruto said.

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“I want to assure our members that there will be free and fair nominations starting Thursday next week. Necessary arrangements have been made and I have personally been supervising that exercise the last two days,” he added.

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