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Former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo Allegedly Decamps KK

Former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo says he has moved on from the Kenya Kwanza ‘sibling rivalry’ days after complaining of being sidelined by the coalition, especially in the Mount Kenya region.

Kabogo’s Tujibebe Party and Moses Kuria’s Chama Cha Kazi had co-authored a letter to the coalition’s principals requesting a meeting to chart the way forward.

In a stand-out interview with Ken Mijungu on KTN News on Wednesday night, the past area supervisor uncovered that their letter has now never again been paid all due respects to through the alliance.

"We did now never again get the gathering. I don't understand what happened to after our secretary officers kept in touch with them. There isn't anyt any reaction. We haven't heard from them," Kabogo expressed. "There had been hypotheses that we had been to satisfy on Monday or Tuesday anyway we have now never again been welcome to any gathering."

Kabogo, who's the trailblazer legislative leader of Kiambu County, communicated confidence roughly the accomplishment of his governorship bid, and indicated moving away from the 2 head alliances, Azimio l. a. Umoja and Kenya Kwanza, in advance of the August surveys.

"Life needs to continue on. I'm now that spend significant time in my showcasing effort for Kiambu Governor. There are various official candidates and some of these things are a surprisingly beneficial turn of events. I changed into in Githurai today, I mentioned them to decide in favor of their ideal up-and-comer anyway vote me in on the grounds that the lead representative," expressed Kabogo.

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