There have been alleged reports that President Uhuru's term with that of Parliament might be extended beyond 8th August 2021, a situation that might be occasioned by the BBI referendum not meeting the timelines set by the constitution.
Leaders from Mount Kenya allied to President Uhuru and sympathizers of BBI claimed that BBI must pass this year, regardless of the next general elections, causing doubts on what might happen to the next general elections.
According to the report obtained by The Star, Kabogo said that President Uhuru will be going home in 2022 and no one should question it. He added that if Uhuru wants another term, he should be told that it is not possible.
Kabogo added that the current constitution of Kenya makes it clear that the terms of the presidency are two years hence it does not favour him.
Kabogo, with other Kieleweke leaders from the Mount Kenya region leaders, have been defending the Head of State against attacks by their Tangatanga counterparts. Already, Kabogo has declared his interest in the 2022 presidency.
Image: William Kabogo.
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