Keroche Breweries CEO Tabitha Karanja has joined Deputy President William Ruto’s United Democratic Alliance UDA Party.
Karanja was welcomed to UDA by the Deputy President who is also the presidential candidate for UDA in a Nakuru rally.
The Keroche CEO is seeking to replace Susan Kihika who is the current Nakuru senator, in the upcoming general elections.
She said that she will be going to the senate to make laws that will favor all Kenyans.
“I want to be the next Nakuru Senator so that I can ensure that the laws we make at the top do not oppress you here on the ground. I have listened to you and I agree that the only vehicle I should use to get to the Senate to represent you is the UDA party,” said Karanja.
She drummed up support for the bottom-up economic model as the best suited for business people.
“I have also listened to the deputy president on the bottom-up economic model. I have practiced it for the last 25 years. I’m the practical example of the bottom-up economic model.”
The Deputy president welcomed her to the party by handing her a UDA branded cap.