Former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo has hinted through his official facebook page hours after his meeting with grassroots and Opinion shapers drawn from various Wards in Kiambu County.
According to him his meeting with them was to get to know the challenges facing them ahead of the Gubernatorial race in Kiambu county.
"Today I held a consultative meeting with grassroots and Opinion shapers drawn from various Wards in Kiambu County. They are better placed to identify the Unique challenges affecting ordinary residents of our County.
I was joined by Tujibebe Wakenya Party Candidates Hon. Mercy Nungari (Kiambu County Women Rep) Hon. Alice W. Gathekia (Kiambu County Senator), Joseph Wambengi ( Kijabe Ward MCA) and Kariuki Mungai (Lari Kirenga Ward MCA)".
It's now a matter of wait and see what happens in the coming months if he will beat Moses Kuria, Kimani Wangamati and Governor James Oyoro or not.
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