Speaking on KBC Channel One on Wednesday, the former Kiambu Governor argued that the trio, Musalia Mudavadi, Kalonzo Musyoka and Moses Wetangula alongside Gideon Moi will not manage to get more than three million votes in 2022.
He went on to claim that the trio led by Kalonzo are not 'leaders' but 'politicians' who are only concerned about the needs of Kenyans towards a general election.
"Those are politicians, they think about the next general elections, while leaders think about the next generation. They have been hiding somewhere and are now running around. Where was Kalonzo in the last five years?"
Kabogo further stated that the 2022 elections would be narrowed to both the Deputy President William Ruto and the ODM leader Raila Odinga, adding that he might be on the ballot as the third force.
"Raila, and Ruto are to watch, and in addition to myself. I think I am part of the 3rd force. We need new blood, we need to resonate with the movement of growth and economic development," added Kabogo.
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