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"Ruto’s Dream Can Be Shuttered And Made Unrealistic” William Kabogo State

Former Kiambu governor William Kabogo has challenged deputy president William Ruto to state publicly what benefits the people of Mt Kenya will receive if he is elected on August 9.

On Thursday, Kabogo spoke in Thika as part of a campaign tour to promote his Tujibebe Wakenya governorship bid.

Kabogo stated that he is advocating for the people of Mount Kenya, not his own political party.

"While my party does not require a share from your administration, the interests of the people of Mount Kenya must be respected." "You can record this footage and send it to him (Ruto)," Kabogo said.

If the vice president fails to keep his promises, Kabogo believes the three months before the August elections are sufficient for a significant adjustment.

"And if even ten people leave the alliance, Ruto's goal will be shattered and become unachievable," Kabogo added.

He went on to say that DP Ruto had pledged to prepare an economic strategy outlining how his government would assist the Mt Kenya region if he were elected president.

According to Kabogo, when he addressed Kenya Kwanza about devolution, they agreed that any additional funds should be distributed based on the population of the counties.

He also advised area senator Kimani Wamatangi to reconsider his bid for the UDA governorship.

"Wamatangi should hold off." "A serious person who knows the needs of the people on the ground is required for the governorship," he stated.

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