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William Kabogo Takes Fight With Martha Karua, Cries Foul After Being Left Out of 2 Crucial Meetings

The former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo has scolded Narc Kenya's party leader Martha Karua for leaving him alongside other leaders out of a past meeting, and another one scheduled to take place today, Saturday October 23.

Kabogo who agreed to the Mount Kenya Unity Forum's call of uniting the region claimed that the Forum's spokesperson alongside 'few selected' leaders met and decided on when the Limuru Three meeting will take place sidelining other leaders despite making a plan when they met on September 13.

On the meeting that Karua will host today in Kerugoya's Starwood Hotel stating from 10am, and that which will bring on board presidential hopefuls Mukhisa Kituyi, Makueni Governor Kivutha Kibwana and Speaker of the National Assembly Justin Muturi, Kabogo said despite a number of Mt Kenya party leaders receiving invitation, he was left out.

The Tujibebe Wakenya Party leader according to the Star faulted the former Justice Cabinet Secretary (Minister) stating that running two groups from the Mt Kenya Region at a go will not only complicate the region politics but will also mislead the residents ahead of the elections.

"We will hold a meeting with other officials to discuss whether we are on course with our agenda, or Karua has ditched us for Muturi, Kituyi and Kibwana." said the one term governor.

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