The former Kiambu governor County, William Kabogo, is known for being a straight shooter. He was the first Governor of Kiambu, however in the stormy 2017 general elections, he was beaten by Hon Ferdinand Waititu. He founded and leads the Tujibebe Wakenya Pamoja political party in Kenya.
The outspoken Mt Kenya Region politician appears to have altered his views about Deputy President Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto, issuing a severe warning ahead of the August general elections.He warned UDA supporters to stay away from their duty scheme if they were trying to portray his party as violent by wearing T-shirts and heckling Hon. Karua. He advised them to hunt for votes without being too obnoxious.
"Those who wear T-shirts and heckle Hon. Karua in order to portray Tujibebe as a violent party should be ashamed. Tafuteni bila ujinga kura." This was tweeted by Hon William Kabogo, the former first governor of Kiambu County. https://twitter.com/honkabogo/status/1527938717813440512?t=0Gpg5Q4tSNVxNHDJ-VHOgQ&s=19
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