Ruto Changes UDA Party Leadership During Impromptu Visit to Headquarters

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Ruto Changes UDA Party Leadership During Impromptu Visit to Headquarters

On Tuesday, April 2, President William Ruto announced changes to the leadership of the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) ahead of the party’s grassroots election.

In a statement issued by party Secretary General Cleophas Malala, the UDA named Kenya Revenue Authority Chairman Anthony Mwaura as Chairperson of the National Elections Board.

He will be assisted by Veronica Kiberenge, and the board will be made up of five members: Lydia, Munika, Jimmy Kaingi, Mary Mutinga, Halake Dida, and Linda Kiome.

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Joy Mdivo, Chair of the Kenya Power Board, has been selected to lead the Electoral Dispute Resolution Committee.

Dr. Adrian Kamotho will serve as her deputy, and the Committee will be made up of seven members: Hellen Makone, Yvonne Cherop Kae, Dr. Duncan Ojwang, and Dr. Kaberia Isaac.

The last members are Barbra Japan, Anjichi Joseph, and Ziporah Karimi Muiruri.

Rebecca Tonkel will lead the Internal Dispute Resolution Committee (IDRC), which will have six members: Hassan Omar, Joshua Ong’era, Leah Manyarkly, Samuel Kariuki, Bishop Robert Theuri, and Ronald Shako.

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The goal of the meeting was to resolve election difficulties, since some party members requested an extension to allow for comprehensive preparations.

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Ruto Changes UDA Party Leadership During Impromptu Visit to Headquarters

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