Former Kiambu County Governor William Kabogo Gitau has sent a Very Powerful message to President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta over the 2022 General Elections. He has called on President Kenyatta to Withdraw all MPs, if he wants Raila Odinga to win the Hearts of Mt Kenya Residents and clinch power swiftly.
Speaking to Caleb Ratemo on K24 TV. Kabogo stated that as a Politician you must be smart and wise Enough to create Solutions and come up with Tactics that will fit and Satisfy your Personal Interests.
He went on Advising Uhuru Kenyatta to apply a little of Political Arithmetic, if he really wants to make Raila Odinga the next President of the Republic of Kenya. According to our close Political Sources. The son of Jomo is comfortable with Raila's Presidency.
The former Juja MP urged Uhuru Kenyatta to consider the Preside of the Mountain instead of using MPs and Governors. Because with that kind move it make work easier for Odinga and his Entire ODM Team to reach the Promised land.
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