Hon William Kabogo Gitau, who is the ex-Kiambu Governor and also the party's boss of 'Tujibebe' ignited a hot debate online when he commented on Raila's Tweet. According to recent post, he called upon Kenyans to join his newly formed party and said it is a source of hope.(Courtesy photo)
"To the youth, i have heard and listening to you across the nation. Sitawalet down. I promise better Kenya for you. Kutoka free laptops, stadiums, jobs.... mlibebwa ndogo! Kuweni rada musibebwe mafala tena." Kabogo posted Raila's last tweet.
It's remembered that Hon William Kabogo Gitau is among some political leaders from Mount Kenya region who have come up with new parties as 2022 elections approach. Others with their own parties are Hon Moses Kuria, Hon Mwangi Kiunjuri, Hon Martha Karua and Governor Mwangi Wa Iria.His post attracted several comments from Kenyans, majority of them urged him to continue selling the manifestos of his party across the country.￼￼ These are some of their reactions:Kindly enjoy reading comments and don't forget to share widely
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