"Kabogo Hana Msimamo." Angry Tangatanga allied supporters react after he changed tune over this
By Joeshu | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 3 views
The Mt Kenya region is the most admired region across the country with massive voters. Most politicians are now becoming concerned with the leadership of the region. Former Kiambu Governor Hon. William Kabogo still has the influence of the region but he has not made it clear on what he wants from the region ahead of 2022.
William Kabogo spilled beans that he attended president Uhuru Kenyatta Sagana meeting and President Uhuru Kenyatta message was very clear. Kabogo hinted that the president spoke in Kikuyu during the meeting on order to make his people understand. He called for deputy president William Ruto to make sure that he ensures things work between them. He left this message to Tangatanga camp,
"Nothing is static in politics. I was in "Deputy president Ruto needs to find a working relationship with his boss, if he cannot he can check out". The past 2 weeks; the president speaking his native language does not undermine his authority. When I am president I will speak in Kikuyu." William Kabogo. This are some of the reactions from Tangatanga camp,
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