|Preceded by||Party of Development and Reforms|
|National affiliation||Kenya Kwanza|
|Slogan||Kazi ni Kazi. (Work is work.)|
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The United Democratic Alliance (UDA) is the current ruling political party in Kenya. Their slogan is "Kazi ni Kazi" (literally: A job is a job; All hustles matter) and their symbol is a wheelbarrow. The party, initially called the Party of Development and Reforms, officially changed its name to UDA in December 2020. The party became notable in January 2021, and is allied with William Ruto, the President of Kenya.
The party fielded candidates in March 2021 by-elections. UDA nominated Ruto in the 2022 Kenyan general election, after he announced that he would leave the Jubilee Party in late 2021. Ruto picked Rigathi Gachagua as his running mate for the elections.
In the 2022 general elections, UDA was able to garner 22 out of 47 seats in the Senate and 138 of the elected members of the National Assembly.
The party uses wheelbarrow as the party's symbol which stands for "worth, respect, and dignity of work in pursuit of an unbiased society". The party is founded based on principles of good governance, including; love, unity, freedom, peace, accountability, diversity, justice and equity. The party also has received great support from the Kenyan population, boasting over 6,942,397 votes from registered members.
UDA's vision is an equitably empowered Kenyan society living in a peaceful and united country. UDA is a member of Kenya Kwanza.