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"Why I Left Kenya Kwanza" Kabogo Reveals As He Talks About Six Piece Voting Pattern

Former Kiambu governor William Kabogo has officially left the DP William Ruto's Kenya Kwanza. He said that the concerns he raised in a letter they wrote together with the Chama Cha Kazi leader Moses Kuria to the leadership of Kenya Kwanza Alliance is yet to be responded to. As a result, the Wakenya Tujibebe Party leader said that the silence is response enough.


Speaking to Emmanuel Mwashumber on Radio Maisha's Bunge La Maisha talk show, the aspiring Kiambu governor said he left the Ruto's camp because of biaseness by UDA. As an aspirant, Kabogo said the Kenya Kwanza leadership led by William Ruto's running mate Rigathi Gachagua insistence on six piece voting pattern in favor of UDA was not viable for his candidature.

His departure arose from the commotion and exchange of words between him and UDA Gubernatorial candidate Kimani Wa Matangi that arose during a Kenya Kwanza campaign event led by Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua in Kiambu. He insist that the alliance only campaigns for UDA aspirants while pushing other parties away.


On six piece voting pattern, the former governor insist that it is very dangerous as it rears corruption and state capture. He asked the electorates to vote for leaders who can deliver, not the parties.

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