As the day of the August general elections draws near, politicians across the political divide are trying as much as possible to sell their manifesto to the people.
Today, citizen Tv held a gubernatorial debate for Kiambu county. Kiambu is one of the counties that has more than five competitors aspiring to represent the county.
As the aspirants were presenting their manifestos and plans they have for Kiambu, Wamatangi hits out at the former administration, claiming Kiambu had a false start and up to now there are pending bills.https://twitter.com/citizentvkenya/status/1541103268981608448?s=20&t=-6vs0St9RZQ60mkpavPMfg
His sentiments are seen to have been directed to William Kabogo, who was the first governor of Kiambu. The two leaders are the closest rivals as per the latest opinion poll.
A month ago, public exchange of words between the first governor of Kiambu, William Kabogo, and Kimani Wamatangi was witnessed. The incident has led Kabogo to ditch Kenya kwanza claiming favoritism of UDA aspirants
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