Temperatures are rising across the country and Kenyans are eagerly waiting to see what will happen in 2022 general elections. The race to replace president Uhuru Kenyatta from top job is creating tension among the Kieleweke and Tangatanga allied supporters across the country.
Most politicians are coming up with political parties just to test waters. Former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo has confirmed that his party is not strong enough to win the presidential race but, he will officially be in opposition to keep the government in check. According to William Kabogo someone has to watch the government and with Raila Odinga on government side opposition died.
According to William Kabogo money is getting lost because there is no one to ask. He added that, "Tujibebe Wakenya will be the 'watchman' party in Parliament. The government has to be kept in check."- William Kabogo. Hon. William Kabogo is among the leaders expected to give president Uhuru Kenyatta's man more votes.
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