William Kabogo told his Kenya Kwanza colleagues on Wednesday, May 25, 2022, that if they don't play their cards right, they could be booted out of the government.
Kabogo was one among the prominent Kenya Kwanza leaders who toured Uasin Gishu County with presidential running partner Rigathi Gachagua.
They had their economic deliberations in Uasin Gishu, while Deputy President William Ruto led another delegation to Mombasa for a same meeting.
Kabogo remarked about Kenya Kwanza leaders being booted out soon after the election in Uasin Gishu.
Kenyans, he said, are no longer laughing at politicians who do not follow through on their campaign pledges.
He wants Kenya Kwanza to continue organizing these economic forums across the country even if they win the upcoming elections.
Kenya Kwanza, according to the colorful politician, should demonstrate its worth to Kenyans by acts.
"If God helps us win this election, we should continue with economic conferences every six months," he stated.
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