• When he was appointed UDA's SG, the former Kakamega senator said his first order of business would be to paint Raila's strongholds yellow.
• True to his words, the party launched an office in Kisumu and a recruitment drive.
UDA Secretary General Cleophas Malala has announced that he plans a visit to Kisumu and Siaya counties after President William Ruto and Azimio leader Raila Odinga agreed to dialogue.
In a statement after their announcements, Malala said his visit will involve among others, repainting the vandalised UDA offices in the two counties.
The party offices were set ablaze by rowdy youths during the Opposition protests.
He added that he will also reopen the offices.
"In the spirit of appreciating dialogue efforts as called for by my President, William Ruto and Raila Odinga, we shall be going to Siaya and Kisumu City to repaint the vandalised UDA offices and officially re-open them. Tukutane Ground," Malala said.
When he was appointed UDA's SG, the former Kakamega senator said his first order of business would be to paint Raila's strongholds yellow.
True to his words, the party launched an office in Kisumu and a recruitment drive.
"My first assignment is to open a UDA party office in Kisumu. We have registered 5,325 members in the county. Watu wa Dala karibisheni UDA. Kisumu is going to be painted yellow," he said.
The Kisumu office was vandalised and burnt on March 20, while the Siaya office was torched on March 30.
On Sunday, President Ruto gave into one of the demands by the opposition, allowing a bipartisan approach in the recruitment of IEBC Commissioners.
The Opposition in turn called off their Monday protests and gave up their demands.