The former Kiambu County Governor, William Kabogo has made an interesting comment concerning the Jubilee Party and it's dealings after he claimed that the party is irreparable, and that it's only the deputy president, William Ruto and the former Prime Minister, Raila Odinga who can bring the temperatures down.
Speaking to Inooro TV, Kabogo claimed that the two leaders should not be in leadership since they don't care about the people, but only being elected.
"Jubilee is irreparable. The only people that can bring political temperatures down in this country are Raila and Ruto. Why are people allowed to do meetings during Covid-19 season? Raila says stop campaigns but isn't the selling BBI part of campaigns? DP Ruto is now becoming a nuisance. These people do not need to be in leadership, all they care about is being elected," Kabogo commented.
At the same, Kabogo confirmed that he may make a political comeback in 2022, but did not disclose the seat he will go for. He also confirmed that he always holds meetings with key political leaders ahead of the 2022 polls.
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