William Kabogo. [Source/Kabogo]
The flamboyant politician posted high end vehicles branded in his party colours an indication he was ready to go full force in popularizing his newly formed political outfit.
"Niko tayari kujibeba, je wewe? Tujibebe Tujenge Taifa," Kabogo posted on Twitter.
Netizens teased the former county boss saying they have already joined Deputy President William Ruto's United Democratic Alliance (UDA).
They told the 2022 presidential aspirant to "carry himself" as they had already joined DP's political vehicle.
Others told Kabogo to abandon his political ambition and support ODM leader Raila Odinga. They suggest he vie for Kiambu governor's seat.
"Kabogo, I know you are a peace maker, a man of your word, a guy who want the best for this country! I urge you as a patriot to please bring all those cars, carry the people of Kiambu to Kasarani Azimio La Umoja meeting, kiambu people wanakupenda na wanapenda Baba being them!" posted a tweep.
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