Former Kiambu County Governor Hon William Kabogo has come out guns blazing to respond to his political critics who have been spreading rumors and claims that he is planning to dump Deputy President William Ruto's Kenya Kwanza, even as Wiper Leader Hon Kalonzo Musyoka is on the other hand wooing Moses Wetangula with the latest incident being where he openly revealed that they have been communicating via phone.
Taking to his Twitter account handle, where MP George Kaluma had asked what he is doing with DP William Ruto's allies, Hon Governor Kabogo has announced that leaders should learn to sell their political manifestos without introducing unnecessary issues.
At the same time, Moses Wetangula is expected to Ditch the Kenya Kwanza alliance should we go by the claims and reports hitting news airwaves.
“Wetangula is my long-term friend and brother. I always talk to him but we have not formally had conversations. It is a good idea that you have given me and I think we still have the opportunity of pursuing him so that he can join our team,” Mr. Musyoka said.
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