William Kabogo, the billionaire from Kiambu County, is regarded for being a straight shooter. He is the first Governor of Kiambu, however he was defeated by Hon Ferdinand Waititu in the tumultuous 2017 general elections. He is the founder and head of Kenya's Tujibebe Wakenya Pamoja political party.
It appears that the outspoken Mt Kenya Region politician has changed his mind on Deputy President Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto, as he has issued a harsh warning ahead of the upcoming general elections in August.
He warned UDA supporters who were trying to portray his party as violent by wearing T-shirts and heckling Hon. Karua to stay away from their duty scheme, according to him. He suggested that they look for votes without being too dumb.
"Shame on those who want to depict Tujibebe as a violent party by wearing T-shirts and heckling Hon. Karua. Kura Tafuteni bila ujinga." Hon William Kabogo, former first governor of Kiambu County, he wrote this.
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