Kenya is a sovereign nation that is under the leadership of President Uhuru Kenyatta. The state is also guided by the new constitution of Kenya of 2010 which consist of fundamental human rights and freedoms that protect citizens.
The former Kiambu governor Hon. William Kabogo has ignited mixed reactions from the netizens on the social media platform following his tweet that if anyone attempts to cross President Uhuru Kenyatta's path, he or she should be prepared to face consequences of her/his choices.
The former Kiambu boss made the remarks through his twitter account where he said " Unsolicited advice.Do Not cross his path. And if you do just know choices have consequences."
In conclusion, Kabogo's remarks comes barely few hours after he was seen at Tujibebe Wakenya Party headquarters that left many Kenyans wondering where the party is found. Hon Kabogo, Martha Karua, Moses Kuria and Mwangi Kiunjuri have already started uniting Mt Kenya region ahead of 2022 polls.
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