UDA office painted black by unknown people
By Julius Chepkwony
| January 27th 2021
United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party supporters in Kabartonjo, Baringo County, yesterday woke up to an unpleasant surprise after they found some parts of their office painted black.
The Baringo North office, hardly two days old, had its name and logo painted using black engine oil.
It is not clear who did the painting and for what reasons.
Almeida Ayabei, Chairperson team hustler, Baringo, said the black ‘paint’ was applied late in the night and pointed an accusing finger at their political opponents.
“I suspect our opponents did it and I dare them to come out and do it during the day,” Almeida said.
He maintained that the ‘hustler movement’ will not be intimidated and the office will soon be operational.
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