The former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo has called upon the residents of Mount Kenya Region to slow down in making political decisions without considering the leader who will solve their problems once they support him or her in 2022.
According to Kabogo, all the presidential aspirants who have announced their bids so far do not have the interests of the residents at heart which ranges from poverty, agriculture and how corruption will be dealt with.
Speaking with NTV on Monday, The Tujibebe Wakenya party leader claimed that there are those leaders who have spoken concerning the region others were yet to utter any word while others were not interested.
Hitting out on Deputy President William Ruto's call to the region's political party leaders, Kabogo claimed that the DP wants to control his administration should he win the presidency under one political outfit.
"There are those who we formed the government with, we supported them but they are now calling us to abandon our parties. They are saying our parties are tribal which is not true. We have been meeting as Mount Kenya Forum to ensure that our region is united ahead of 2022," posed Kabogo.
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