Former Kiambu governor William Kabogo has today camped in Kiambu County to market his gubernatorial bid in the coming general election on August 9.
A day after he revealed that he has moved on from the Kenya Kwanza issues and focused on his gubernatorial bid, Kabogo took his Tujibebe Party to Gitothua and Biashara wards in Ruiru where he asked voters to reject political opportunists during voting.
Kabogo wants to reject all political opportunists to be their only option
"The People of Kiambu County have one option only on the ballot in August. To reject all Political Opportunists and settle for leaders with a development track record.
"This was our message today in Gitothua and Biashara wards in Ruiru When we interacted and address Residents," Kabogo tweeted.
This comes a day after Kabogo toured Githurai where he asked supporters of Raila Odinga to vote for him to be the governor as they vote for Raila as their preferred president.
Kabogo did the same to DP Ruto's supporters and urged them that they also vote for him as they do the same to DP Ruto
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