While addressing the large crowd which had gathered to listen to the former prime minister, Kabogo expressed confidence that Raila will be able to accommodate the small parties like his Wakenya Tujibebebe Party which he recently formed.
He hit out at the deputy president William Ruto for declaring that his United Democratic Alliance party will not associate with smaller parties which he has been describing as tribal.
Kabogo stated that with his Tujibebebe party, he will invite Raila for a bigger Raila to enable them sell their agenda together, it is the first time Kabogo appeared in 2022 presidential campaigns, if his statements are anything to go by, the former governor could be warming up to Raila's side.
The ODM boss has been making significant inroads into the Mount Kenya region and has managed to win the support of many political heavyweights from the region. Watch Kabogo's speech here:https://www.facebook.com/DMarigiri/videos/472349981261463/
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