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UDA aspirant cries corruption after Millicent Omanga direct nomination.

An contender has accused the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) of denying her rival a direct nomination without due process. As a result, Delvine Moraa, who is running for the Nairobi Women Representative seat, says she would go to the Political Parties Tribunal on Monday to seek redress. Moraa and her friends attacked the UDA offices in Nairobi on Sunday, demanding justice and fair nominations.

“There has been news going around for the last two weeks that the Women Representative ticket has already been issued,” she told Nairobi News. “When I received word, I went to the party offices but was unable to speak with any of the party officials. I addressed a letter to the party, which was received, but I have yet to receive a response.” “On Friday, UDA aspirants received letters requiring them to provide names of their agents, but I did not, and that was the first red flag; I contacted the party again and was assured I was on the nomination list.” When contacted, Veronica Maina, the secretary general of the UDA, pledged to resolve the issue.
“You have arrived to the correct location for the resolution of such issues. We will listen to Moraa’s complaints, I assure her. “I also want to thank you for your continued support for the party,” she stated. Moraa is a victim of alleged negotiated democracy, in which the UDA party’s leader, Deputy President William Ruto, claimed on Saturday that Millicent Omanga had been offered direct nomination to run for the Nairobi Women Representative seat. The DP, on the other hand, did not explain why Omanga, a close ally, was given direct nomination.
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