Former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo has on Tuesday taken his campaigns in Kenya's capital, Nairobi as he seeks to stamp his support for the presidential seat ahead of 2022 general election.Photo courtesy
Kabogo who is one of the presidential aspirant from Mt Kenya region, has in the recent months toured some regions in the country selling his policies.
In Nairobi, Kabogo has met a section of groups from the county, that is the Nairobi ni sisi group where they've discussed various issues concerning politics of the city.
"This afternoon I met the 'Nairobi ni sisi' group and we had a very candid discussion on matters politics in the city." the vocal ex Kiambu boss has said via his Facebook page.
His meeting with the group from Nairobi has elicited mixed reactions among Kenyans on social media.
As seeks to run for the top seat via Tujibebe Wakenya Party, Kabogo unsuccessfully vied for the Kiambu governorship in 2017 as an independent candidate after missing out on the Jubilee ticket which went to Ferdinand Waititu.
Political analysts believe that even as Uhuru tries to consolidate his base within Mt Kenya, the increase in the number of aspirants eyeing to succeed him will lead to the disintegration of votes.
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