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Signs Kabogo Be Headed Out of Kenya Kwanza

William Kabogo of Tujibebe Party one of the founding members of Kenya Kwanza. However, things seem to be going wrong for the former Kiambu Governor in Kenya Kwanza.

Recently, William Kabogo and his Kenya Kwanza counterpart Moses Kuria had complained of bullying from United Democratic Alliance in Mount Kenya. Kabogo even went ahead and termed UDA deputy leader Rigathi Gachagua as a dictator. Kabogo further added that he had warned the Deputy President against picking Rigathi Gachagua as his running mate.

Kabogo and Moses Kuria had even boycotted UDA campaign rallies in Mount Kenya. Although Moses Kuria later mended fences with William Ruto and has been back to Kenya Kwanza campaign rallies, Kabogo is still out in the cold.

William Kabogo confirming that he could be headed out of Kenya Kwanza on Monday said that he was on his own. "Things change and right now I'm on my own and I'm doing fine...I have been on the ground and especially in Kiambu and I can tell there are people who will vote for Raila, others Ruto and now even Wajackoyah." He said.

Such sentiments from Kabogo show that he seems to be done with Kenya Kwanza and could be headed for the exit. Whether he will formalize his exit only time will tell.

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