On Sunday, July 3, Nation Media published an article titled "William Kabogo Gets Carried Away by his Tujibebe Party" and featured a funny animated image of the leader before sharing the article online.
The article focused on Kabogo's political journey, terming it as one marred with controversies. Some of the controversies cited by the article include Kabogo's recent public feud with senator Wamatangi, and how he shifted Kiambu county's headquarters from Kiambu town to Thika when he was the governor.
Kabogo fires back, alleges why NTV is bitter
Responding to the article, Kabogo alleged that NTV was bitter with him for refusing to do business with them. He shared an image of the business contract he failed to sign with the station wondering whether that was how they treat those who refuse to work with them.
"@ntvkenya this is what you do when one refuses to do business with low vied TV?" Posed the Ex-governor.
Kabogo's attack on Nation comes amid online uproar from Deputy President William Ruto's allies and supporters over "sensational" headlines against the DP.
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