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United Democratic Movement sets foot in Mandera County 

The United Democratic Movement (UDM) has officially inaugurated its branches in Mandera County, with a commitment to enhancing service delivery to the residents.

The opening of the UDM offices in Mandera drew the attendance of hundreds of locals, who were prominently adorned in UDM-branded T-shirts and caps.

Mandera Senator and UDM Party leader, Ali Roba, took the honor of officially launching the UDM offices in the county.

During the inauguration, Senator Roba emphasized the importance of establishing the offices in Mandera and urged residents and local leaders to register with the party.

Senator Roba also announced plans to open additional branches in all Mandera sub-counties, aiming to garner support and membership from a diverse range of people.

He pledged to collaborate with locals to bring service delivery closer to the community.

In the last General Election, the United Democratic Movement secured 11 MPs, 64 MCAs, and 2 governors.

The party, with a vision to expand its influence, aims to register over 200,000 members across Mandera County.

By Adan Mohamed

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