Former Kiambu county governor William Kabogo has responded to ODM party leader Raila Odinga's message to the youths ahead of 2022 general elections while alleging the only solution.
Hon. William Kabogo Gitau, who is the ex-Kiambu governor and also the party leader of Tujibebe ignited a hot debate on social media platforms where he commented on Raila's tweet. According to recent post, he called upon Kenyans to join his newly formed party and said that it is the only source of hope.
The chief opposition leader Raila Odinga who on penned a controversial message on social media platforms that left Kenyans talking. This is after he mentioned that Kenyans should not allow again to be used and lied by some of these political leaders for he has good intention to a Kenyans.
Kabogo therefore Stated that Raila Odinga has got no record of any development and that is the main reason why Mount Kenya people cannot support Raila Odinga for presidency.
"Mt. Kenya region cannot support " Baba" because of his development history. He is good at talking but very ppr in developments compared to DP William Ruto " Kabogo stated.
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