Former Kiambu County boss William Kabogo on Wednesday, 25 May 2022, warned his Kenya Kwanza colleagues that they could end up getting kicked out of the government if they fail to play their cards well.
They took their economic discussions to Uasin Gishu while Deputy President William Ruto led another team to Mombasa where a similar forum was held.
Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula led another group in touring the Western region of the country.
In Uasin Gishu, Kabogo talked about Kenya Kwanza leaders getting kicked out soon after the election.
He said Kenyans are no longer joking with politicians who do not deliver their campaign agenda and promises.
He wants Kenya Kwanza to continue with these economic forums that they are holding across the country even after winning the coming elections.
According to the flamboyant politician, Kenya Kwanza should prove its value to Kenyans through actions.
"If God helps us win this election, we should continue with economic forums after every six months, otherwise we will get chased away, mimi husema mimi si mchawi wala nabii lakini huona," he said.
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