Jibebe party leader has continued skipping Kenya Kwanza's campaigns as he goes on with hi own.
Kabogo who has recently been criticising the leadership of Rigathi Gachagua has today held his campaigns in ruiru ahead of August election.After the campaign the gubernatorial aspirant has revealed what the residents of Ruiru needed.
The former Kiambu governor has revealed that the residents wanted jobs for the unemployed youths, business opportunities, medicines in their hospitals and improved infrastructure.
To this,Kabogo has said that it was time for Kiambu residents to decide ,between leaders who are clueless or leaders who have been tried,tested and have tangible solutions to their challenges.
"Noise will never be equivalent to delivery and that is why they must decide, between leaders who are clueless or leaders who have been tried,tested and have tangible solutions to their challenges"he said.
Kabogo has ceased campaigning for Dp Ruto for a while and he has been campaigning for his gubernatorial bid ahead of August elections.
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