Internal UDA feuds ‘irrelevant’, Secretary-General says
By Julius Chepkwony
| May 29th 2021
United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Secretary-General Veronica Maina has downplayed ongoing internal wrangles within the ‘hustlers movement’, saying it is nothing to worry about.
The feud pits the mainstream UDA against Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria-led Peoples Empowerment Party (PEP).
Speaking in Nakuru, Maina dismissed the infighting as ‘friendly fire’, saying the movement headed by Deputy President William Ruto allows members to differ on opinion.
“These (feuds) are bound to happen since UDA and other like-minded parties are attractive and one of the best political outfits being built today,” she said on the sidelines of a leadership and aspirants meeting.
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