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What Kabogo Was Doing After Missing Kenya Kwanza Campaign Rally

On Sunday, May 22, Kenya Kwanza Alliance team led by Deputy President William Ruto traversed through various counties in the Right Valley region popularizing their bid.

Top leaders who accompanied the second on command include his running mate, MP Rigathi Gachagua, Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro, Ford-Kenya party leader Moses Wetangula, MP Oscar Sudi among others. However, Tujibebe Wakenya Party leader, Hon William Kabogo was missing in action.

Where was Kabogo?

The vocal politician was busy campaigning for his gubernatorial bid in Kiambu County. He joined congregants of Presbyterian Church of East Africa (PCEA) Gikambura Parish in the company of his wife, Philomena Kabogo, and running mate Esther Wanjiru.

"It was indeed a great honour to fellowship with the congregants of PCEA Gikambura Parish together with my wife Mama Philomena Kabogo and running mate Dr Esther Wanjiru Ndirangu. Later on, I witnessed of Parishes new offices," he tweeted.

While most Mt Kenya leaders including his main competitor, Moses Kuria, have been accompanying the DP in almost all his political rallies across the country, Kabogo has been missing in quite a number and has been majorly focusing on his gubernatorial bid.

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