The Constitution of Kenya clearly states that the general elections should be held in the country after every five years. The Kenyan citizens are also guided by the bill of rights that contains fundamental human rights and freedoms.
Hon. Kabogo has opened Tujibebe Wakenya party office in Uasin Gishu as a move perceived to be popularizing the new political party ahead of 2022 polls.
The former Kiambu boss has announced his bid to vie for the top seat come August next year.
In conclusion, Hon William Kabogo made the remarks through his twitter account where he twitted saying "This evening I officially opened our Tujibebe Party office in Uasin Gishu County and had a chance to engage fellow Kenyans."
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