The Kenya Kwanza Coalition which is led by the deputy president and the party leader of the United Democratic Alliance ( UDA) DR.William Samoei Ruto, was dealt with a huge blow after one of the key politician have downplayed his active role of campaigning for the Kenya Kwanza Coalition, William Kabogo.
The former Kiambu county governor and the Tujibebe Party leader, William Kabogo who for a long time have been on the spot following his remarks regarding his support towards the presidential support to both the two presidential coalitions in the country. William Kabogo who had previously declared his support to the Kenya Kwanza Coalition flag bearer, Dr. William Samoei Ruto, changed his mind and said that he currently does not subscribe to any presidential coalition.
The sentiments made by the former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo have since elicited mixed reactions as some of the social media users have hinted that William Kabogo is an Azimio la Umoja mole in Kenya Kwanza.
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