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Kabogo Threatens to Sue Those Linking him With President Uhuru's Jubilee Revealing Fresh Details

Former Kiambu county governor William Kabogo has distanced himself with president Uhuru Kenyatta's ruling Jubilee party saying he is not even a member of it.

In a phone interview with PD Digital, Kabogo said he was not even a Jubilee Party member having defected to independence after the 2017 general election.

He has since noted that "I will sue anyone spreading the rumors,” he said.

This comes after it was alleged that he would take to court anyone who would try to spread rumours using his name.

Earlier, it had been alleged that William Kabogo had conceded defeat to Moses Kuria's People Empowerment Party candidate Koimburi who is leading in the Juja constituency by-elections.

However, Kiambu county governor James Nyoro had made the vote counting to be stopped for the whole of Tuesday night after chaos erupted at Mang'u High School.

Kiambu Governor James Nyoro was on record in one of the videos making rounds on Social media demanding a fair vote tallying process.

Vote tallying in the Juja parliamentary by-election resumed on Wednesday morning following its suspension by the Independent Electoral Boundaries Commission (IEBC) Chair Wafula Chebukati.

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