Former Kiambu County Governor Hon William Kabogo has reportedly left President Uhuru Kenyatta's Kieleweke Camp after successfully managing to register his newly formed Tujibebe Party which he claims carries the Mt Kenya region support for any of 2022 presidential candidates.
Speaking to the media on Sunday, Kabogo said that his decision to Quite President Uhuru's Jubilee Party was arrived at by the fact that he (Uhuru) has constantly lost his political support in the Mt Kenya region, and that it would be like a political suicidal mission for someone to cheat him or herself to vie for any elective seat via Jubilee Party ticket.
“Tujibebe Wakenya Party (Jibebe) has received its Certificate of full registration, becoming the Newest Political Party in Kenya. The certificate was presented by the Registrar of Political Parties to the interim Party Secretary-General and the Director of ICT,” Kabogo said.
In regards to his Prefered 2022 Presidential candidate, Governor Kabogo has reported that he will join forces with anyone who has been interacting with the residents of the Mt Kenya region and not those who are still waiting to be endorsed by Kingpins and Political as well as Business moguls.
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