The senatorial aspirant Kabando wa Kabando has now appealed to the former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo to decamp from Kenya Kwanza to Azimio la Umoja and help shore up support for the Azimio la Umoja flag bearer.
In a Saturday afternoon tweet, Kabando remarked that Kabogo may not be well settled in Kenya Kwanza due to the recent controversies in the coalition and therefore it would be wise for him to make a bold decision and leave the coalition.
“Son of Wanjiru is clearly unsettled and troubled. It is now time for Gitaru wa Kabogo to summon veteran courage, decamp to rejoin his former party leader Martha Karua to help us shore up support for Raila Odinga,” said Kabando.
Kabando’s move may have been motivated by the latest video clip doing rounds on social media in which Kabogo was heard pleading with the residents of Kiambu to vote for him even if some of them are supporting Raila Odinga.
Notably, Kabogo and Moses Kuria have been very disgruntled of late in Kenya Kwanza as they decry bias by some of the party bigwigs against them as far as the Kiambu gubernatorial race is concerned.
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