As the next year's polls get nearer and nearer, political leaders and business tycoons normally hold meeting with presidential candidates to hire their grievances and their expectations in the coming government.
Several Kieleweke legislators attended the meeting. The leaders include Hon Kanini Kega, Gatundu North Mp Hon, Nominated MP Hon Maina Kamanda, and a host of other leaders who are against DP Ruto's presidency.
However, details have emerged that former Kiambu Governor Hon William Kabogo did not attend the meeting. Hon Kabogo is one of the politician tycoons from Mount Kenya Kenya and a close President Uhuru close ally. The First term Kiambu county boss through his Twitter account revealed that he had attended a burial of Mama Kiarie from Ikinu.What are your thoughts on Raila-Kabogo Relation? Share your opinion in the comments section.
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