Former Kiambu County Governor William Kabogo's wife Philomena Kabogo has taken to social media to share pictures of a matatu that had used her husband's photos as decorations, and with a powerful message.
In the photo she shared, Kabogo's photo was used to brand the matatu with a message saying residents in Kiambu County have put their trust in him.
The 'Bazenga' matatu operating under Marafiki Sacco had Kabogo's imaged captioned "In you we trust"
While sharing the matatu picture on her Facebook page, Kabogo's wife lauded the talented mind behind the graffiti on the matatu.
"Talent hits a target no one else can hit... #KabaKabogo," she captioned the photo, tagging along with her husband.
Since Kabogo was beaten legs down in the last general election by recently impeached former governor, Ferdinand Waititu, a section of residents has been preaching the 'Kaba Kabogo" message, which translates to (Kabogo was better).
Sources have it that Kabogo could be planning to try and win the seat again come 2022.
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