Former Kiambu County Boss Hon William Gitau Kabogo has spoken for the first time hours after the Independent Electoral and Boundary Commission Returning Officer declared the United Democratic Alliance [UDA] Candidate for the Kiambu County Gubernatorial post the winner of the seat.
Kabogo of the Tujibebe Party was up against Independent Jungle's James Nyoro, Jubilee's Moses Kuria, and Chama Cha Kazi's Moses Kuria.
Wamatangi defeated his opponent James Nyoro to win the County's top political position with a stunning percentage of 235,818 votes.
Kabogo has submitted form 34A detailing how Kimani Wamatangi rigged him out. According to the Independent Electoral and Boundary Commission, the Kiambu Gubernatorial Elections were not conducted fairly.
Kabogo is now urging IEBC Chair Wafula Chebukati to intervene and conduct his own investigation into how the Kiambu Gubernatorial Election was conducted.
In the most recent meeting, Kabogo discussed mistrust with Kenya Kwanza Presidential Candidate Hon William Samoei Ruto.
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