It has been evident that Kabogo is aiming at running come 2022. He has not yet disclosed which position he is willing to run as.
He might run as Kiambu governor however more information is leading to a very different conclusion. He seems very interested in the presidential position. The former governor started a political party and named it 'Jibebe'.
Picture: Williams Kabogo (Facebook)
The logo of the party is circular and with a bull. The slogan of the party by being 'tujenge taifa'. The following is a picture of the logo.
Picture: logo of Kabogo's Jibebe party
After launching the party the party he opened a Facebook page for the party where he broadcasted live. He argued that central region needs a presidential leader.
Does Kabogo have any plans to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta? While speaking in Inooro TV he said that Uhuru must leave presidency after his term.
Photo: William Kabogo (Facebook)
" Your influence will end with the lapse of your second and last term next year, you only have one votw and own opinion which can or can't be heard. Once you finish your term its over. We cannot seat to be directed by retirees." He said.
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