Now, the Presidential aspirant who hails from Mt Kenya region has on Wednesday continued to popularize his bid via his political outfit Tujibebe Wakenya Party.
The Kiambu ex Governor has shown his prowess by taking the battle for presidency to Deputy President William Ruto's home town, Eldoret.
Through his Party's official Facebook Page, it has been informed that Kabogo has officially opened the Uasin Gishu county offices of Tujiebebe Wakenya Party.
It has also been informed that the vocal politician who is eyeing the top seat and is also one of the Mt Kenya's Presidential aspirant, engaged with residents of the region who witnessed the exercise.
"Party leader Hon. William Kabogo Gitau has this evening officially opened the Uasin Gishu County offices in Eldoret town and engaged with wananchi who came to witness the exercise." the statement by the party's official Facebook Page reads.
Kabogo looking to be the next president of Kenya, unsuccessfully vied for the Kiambu governorship in 2017 as an independent candidate after missing out on the Jubilee ticket which went to Ferdinand Waititu.
Reactions after Kabogo opened his party's offices in Eldoret town.
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