The gubernatorial seat race in Kiambu county is getting tighter each day. Yesterday, top aspirants William Kabogo,Mwende Gatabaki,Kimani Wamatangi and Jungle Wainaina were present during the county's gubernatorial debate.
The debate organized by Citizen television attracted thousands of viewers across the country. It is remembered that Kabogo has stated without avoidance of doubt that he is out of Kenya Kwanza.
The former governor of Kiambu feels that the narrative being spearheaded by some of Kenya Kwanza top leaders that Kenyans should vote UDA candidates. Today, the veteran mount Kenya politician was at a national radio station, Radio Maisha. Kabogo has revealed that neither of Ruto or Raila can be trusted to bring back the cost of commodities.
Stating that both of them are promising what cannot be achieved. In his interview, Kabogo has advised Kenyans to stay alert as the next five years will be very tough for them. He could not miss backing his bid for gubernatorial seat in Kiambu county.
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