Hon William Kabogo is one of the most famous and powerful politicians in the republic of Kenya expecially in the Mount Kenya region. He is the former governor of Kiambu county as well as the Tujibebe party leader. Hon Kabogo is also one of the top Kenya Kwanza principals who have withdrawn from Kenya Kwanza campaigns.
Now, today in the evening, hon Kabogo was named by the Mizani Africa as the most favourite gubernatorial candidate in Kiambu county who could have been the next governor of Kiambu county if elections were to be held today.
As seen from the facebook post shared by Mizani, hon Kabogo is leading with 35.1%. He is then followed by hon Kimani Wamatangi of UDA party who had 23.6%. The current governor of Kiambu county, hon James Nyoro came as the third preffered candidate with 18.5%. Hon Wainaina wa jungle then follows with 14.4%. The CCK party leader, hon Moses Kuria came as the last candidate with only 5%.
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