The Tujibebe Party leader William Kabogo have not being seen in any campaign rally with Kenya Kwanza as it was the norm since having a huge drama with UDA ticket holder Kimani Wamatangi. The former governor of Kiambu have being campaigning on his own and selling his own agenda to Kiambu residents.
William Kabogo answered Moses Kuria who wanted him to state which political side between Kenya Kwanza or Azimio la Umoja was he supporting. Kabogo informed the Member of Parliament for Gatundu South that things do change and he is on his own and doing fine politically.
The former governor of Kiambu added that he is not selling any presidential candidate manifesto on his bid to reclaim his lost seat. Kabogo stated he world sell his own manifesto which is all about improving the lives and wellbeing of Kiambu people.
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