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Bungoma UDA Officials Raise Demands Against Ruto a Day After He Is Named President-Elect (VIDEO)

A day after IEBC chair Wafula Chebukati declared UDA party leader Deputy President William Ruto as president elect, party officials from Bungoma County have listed demands they want him to meet once he is sworn in.

Speaking to the media, the officials said that the county deserves to benefit from Ruto’s government for standing by him. They began by congratulating Ruto on his victory and thanking residents for voting for UDA and Kenya Kwanza Alliance allied candidates in the August 9th elections.

Speaking in Bungoma Town, the officials urged Ruto to prioritize the county’s economic future by first reviving the Nzoia Sugar Company and the Pan Paper mills in Webuye.

The leaders, led by the party’s Bungoma County chair John Sikuta, Kandunyi coordinator Mulunda Khaoya, and youth leader Innocent Sikuku, urged Ruto to prioritize Bungoma residents in cabinet and parastatal appointments.

Bungoma was previously considered a stronghold of Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance presidential candidate Raila Odinga, but this time around Ruto received more votes than Raila, a move attributed to the efforts and mobilization of incumbent senator and Ford Kenya party leader Moses Wetangula.

A large number of candidates who were running against the KKA wave in Bungoma were defeated, as Ford Kenya won the top three positions of Governor, Senator, and Woman Representative.

Bungoma was previously considered a stronghold of Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance presidential candidate Raila Odinga, but this time around Ruto received more votes than Raila, a move attributed to the efforts and mobilization of incumbent senator and Ford Kenya party leader Moses Wetangula.

A large number of candidates who were running against the KKA wave in Bungoma were defeated, as Ford Kenya won the top three positions of Governor, Senator, and Woman Representative.

A large number of candidates who were running against the KKA wave in Bungoma were defeated, as Ford Kenya won the top three positions of Governor, Senator, and Woman Representative.

The officials’ comments come at a time when Raila has rejected the presidential election results and has stated that he will seek the intervention of the Supreme Court, after the IEBC announced that he received 6.9 million votes to Ruto’s 7.1 million votes.

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