2022 supremacy battle keeps on getting interesting. Hon. Raila Odinga two day trip in Mt Kenya is making people go crazy. Former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo Fearlessly dropped a Bombshell after Hon. Raila Odinga Mt Kenya visit. During the K24 late night interview,
Willem Kabogo was asked to say how he felt with Hon. Raila Odinga Mt Kenya tour and he was kind of not happy at all. William Kabogo said that President Uhuru Kenyatta has oy one vote and that is not enough to make Raila win in 2022. According to William Kabogo president Uhuru Kenyatta can only say he has seen it is Raila Odinga who can lead the country but he can't force Mt Kenya to vote for him.
".lThe President can only say what he thinks and believes will be a good leader after him, but can only try and persuade because he only has one vote." Kabogo said.
According to Maoka Maore: The president said that he does not want a situation where tunabadilishana ikitoka Rift Valley inaenda Central and vice versa, everyone is tired of that. That is a clear indication that Mount Kenya will not be fielding a candidate."
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