Former Kiambu County Governor Hon William Kabogo addressing residents of Kiambu at Ruiru Town. (Photo courtesy).
The former Kiambu County Governor Hon William Kabogo, has blasted the Deputy President Dr William Ruto and his allies in United Democratic Alliance (UDA) for forcing leaders of Mt Kenya who have their own small parties to dissolve their parties and join UDA, saying that that is something which cannot happen and their will not accept.
Speaking during a road stopover rally of the ODM leader Raila Odinga in Ruiru Town, Kabogo welcomed Raila officially as he lauded him by saying that he is a good leader who is known for embracing multipartysm. Therefore he is sure that Odinga is ready to work with him and his Tujibebe party ahead of next year's polls, as compared to DP Ruto and his allies who wants all leaders to join UDA and then start mistreating them.
"Mimi niko na chama inaitwa Tujibebe Party of Kenya na Mheshimiwa Raila Odinga tunajua yeye ni mtu anapenda vyama vingi. Wale wengine (DP Ruto and his allies) ambao wanataka tuvunje vyama zetu ili tuingie kwa vyama vyao alafu watufanyie ile mambo wamezoea, tunawaambia haiwezekani maneno Kama hayo." He said.
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