Former kiambu governor William Kabogo has warned the Deputy President William Ruto of dividing mount Kenya region ahead of 2022 general elections.
While speaking at a function in Thika, Kabogo said that the region has been united since independence but now it has been divided by egocentric leaders who wants to capture power in 2022.
Kabogo who is yet to make his political stand known as to whether he aligns with the deputy President or president Kenyatta caution the locals to be wary of outsiders and reject them in totality.
His sentiments can be construed to mean that he is supporting president Kenyatta only that he is tactical enough not to make it known.
Is it true that the Deputy President dividing Mount Kenya? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section.
Every Kenyan has a right choose who they want to support politically and not be forced to support anyone.
Kabogo is trying to force the locals to reject the Deputy President of which that's infringing their democratic rights. They are at liberty to support Deputy President.
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