Billionaire warns Ruto Men to stop forcing him to join UDA [VIDEO]


Billionaire businessman Zedekiah Bundotich Kiprop, better known as Buzeki, has called on members of the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) to stop pressuring him to join the party.

Speaking at the coronation of Uasin Gishu Kikuyu Council of Elders Chairman Mzee Kimani Wa Gatonye on Friday, January 14, Buzeki explained that the party, which is associated with Vice President William Ruto, must tell him what he intends to do for UKTN.

“If I don’t want your party, why are you forcing me? Another told me they gave me until December to join the UDA. The party didn’t give me their manifesto and I heard what they were saying and I don’t want to join the UDA. Don’t even force me,” he remarked.

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Furthermore, Buzeki explained that he would have supported the party if it had a program that would help UKTN.

File image of Zedekiah Kiprop Bundotich (Buzeki)


Buzeki was the general secretary of Chama Cha Mashinani (CCM), but he resigned in January 2021 following party leader Isaac Ruto’s decision to back DP Ruto.

At the time, he explained that he would not subscribe to Tangatanga’s policy.

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“I cannot be part of such a politics based on lies and propaganda. I will not and will never be part of Tangatanga’s political style,” he remarked.

In September 2021, Buzeki, who wants to become the next governor of Uasin Gishu County, revealed that he would run as an independent candidate.

“I have decided to wait for everyone who is fighting at the UDA to do what they are doing and then we will meet in the Premier League where I am fully prepared for the race,” he said. declared.

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On numerous occasions, Buzeki has chastised the DP over its efforts to ensure that only UDA candidates are elected in the Rift Valley region in this year’s general elections.

Below is the video.


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