Deputy president William Ruto’s party, United Democratic Alliance (UDA), has revealed how it will tame errant members following Meru senator hon. Mithika Linturi’s reckless remarks on Saturday 8th January 2022.
According to the reports, Dp Ruto has asked party’s top brass to set up a disciplinary committee that will not only enforce decision but will also monitor hate speech.
In an interview with publication, Kimilili member of Parliament Didmus Baraza explained that the party members who will be found culpable may not be cleared to participate in the primaries.
The report further indicated that Ruto has also asked his Allies not to support aspirants openly because people might interpret it as favourism or that others may think other asprints have secured party’s nomination ticket.
However, in areas where only one person has declared interest in the UDA ticket, members are allowed to drum up support for that person.
Ruto’s move to tame his allies follows the chaos that was witnessed at Bomet Green Stadium on Monday, January 10, when Bomet gubernatorial aspirants clashed.