The Kenya Kwanza team in Kiambu County has faced a lot of setbacks due to sibling rivalry witnessed among various aspirants eying the gubernatorial seat. This has led to many rants and allegations of unfair treatment among various principals in the nascent Kenya Kwanza outfit. It all started with the Tujibabe Party leader William Kabogo and Chama Cha Kazi supremo Moses Kuria crying foul play and accusing of the UDA Deputy President designate Rigathi Gachagua of being a dictator and showing favoritism during Kiambu County rallies.
As August election draws near, so much are set to happen including death. Kenya kwanza is a coalition involving 12 parties namely: The United Democratic Alliance which is led by Deputy President William Ruto, Musalia Mudavadi’s Amani National Congress (ANC), Moses Wetangula's Ford Kenya, Justin Muturi's Democratic Party, Moses Kuria's Chama Cha Kazi, the Communist Party of Kenya , Mwangi Kiunjuri's The Service Party, William Kabogo's Tujibebe Party, the Farmers Party, Devolution Party of Kenya, Economic Freedom Party and Martin Wambora's Umoja na Maendeleo Party.
In his pursuit to have his name written and mentioned alongside Jomo Kenyatta, Daniel Moi, Mwai Kibaki and Uhuru Kenyatta, the self-styled chief hustler is staking on a number of political parameters among them Mt Kenya factor. With over 5.6 million registered votes, Mt Kenya will statistically determine if William Samoei Ruto will be the next wearer of the coveted presidential crown or not.
Former Kiambu governor William Kabogo has today camped in Kiambu County to market his gubernatorial bid in the coming general election on August 9. A day after he revealed that he has moved on from the Kenya Kwanza issues and focused on his gubernatorial bid, Kabogo took his Tujibebe Party to Gitothua and Biashara wards in Ruiru where he asked voters to reject political opportunists during voting.
As the country welcomes new leadership, Kenyans have expressed hope that President William Ruto's regime will bring jubilation to it's citizens bearing in mind that the cost of living increased during the campaign period. Former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo went silent from active politics after loosing Kiambu gubernatorial seat on August 9 general election
William Kabogo, the current head of the Tujibebe Party and the former first governor of Kiambu, has provided his opinions on the discussion from the previous day. Despite having seen a debate between the four vice president candidates, Kabogo recently startled everyone by saying that he already knows his fifth president.
Tujibebe Party leader and former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo has finally cut off ties with Deputy President William Ruto's Kenya Kwanza alliance after weeks of a standoff. The political standoff that was experienced between UDA's Kimani Wamatangi and William Kabogo over a couple of days ago seems to have taken toll after the former Kiambu boss finally decided to cut ties with the DP Ruto led Kenya Kwanza.
Former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo says he has moved on from the Kenya Kwanza ‘sibling rivalry’ days after complaining of being sidelined by the coalition, especially in the Mount Kenya region. Kabogo’s Tujibebe Party and Moses Kuria’s Chama Cha Kazi had co-authored a letter to the coalition’s principals requesting a meeting to chart the way forward.
Political dynamics in the Mt Kenya region is changing daily with only 40 days to the polls, the Kenya Kwanza Alliance in specific has been experiencing some internal turmoils after a section of leaders from the leaders decried deceit and manipulation by the UDA. Led by Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria and his Tujibebe Party leader William Kabogo, the two leaders said that the UDA has been frustrating them especially during rallies.
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.
Former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo has publicly agreed to support former Prime Minister Raila Odinga in his push for the introduction of a manua register as a backup during the upcoming general elections, disagreeing with DP Ruto and the Kenya Kwanza brigade. Despite DP Ruto and allies maintaining that the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission should use the Electronic Voters System during the August polls, Tujibebe Party leader Hon William Kabogo has rallied his support behind Raila Odinga's push for a manual voters system saying that, the IEBC should consider the Manual system, saying,
William Kabogo's Tujibebe Party seems to be strong in Kiambu according to the Latest opinion polls. The latest results for woman representative seat has put Tujibebe's Mercy Nungari at 30.3% being on the lead. UDA candidate Anne Wamuratha has been polled at number two with 26.4%
Elected members of the Kiambu County assembly on Tujibebe party will work in solidarity and support governor Wamatangi's administration. Tujibebe party is led by former governor William Kabogo who lost to Wamatangi (UDA) in the August concluded election. Tujibebe Party scooped six seats and its members have been selected to chair powerful committees in the County assembly.
With less than a month until the general elections held on August 9th, the political fever in the nation is only growing as the election countdown gets closer. All of the political contenders are in a race against time to win votes in order to form the next government.
[Photo: Deputy President William Ruto, Tujibebe Party Pioneer William Kabogo] With just couple of days left to the following general races that are typically held after like clockwork as per the ongoing Kenyan constitution, legislators are currently seen pursuing their last political choices in front of the surveys.
William Kabogo of Tujibebe Party one of the founding members of Kenya Kwanza. However, things seem to be going wrong for the former Kiambu Governor in Kenya Kwanza. Recently, William Kabogo and his Kenya Kwanza counterpart Moses Kuria had complained of bullying from United Democratic Alliance in Mount Kenya.
As August 9th general election dates draws nearer political parties and politician contesting for various positions are working tirelessly to see their dream in leadership come through,the leaders creates friendship to garner more votes, strengthen and straighten their political issues. The Kenya Kwanza coalition designated deputy president Hon.Rigathi Gachagua sitting member of parliament Mathira Constituency has been exchanging vows with Tujibebe party pioneer Hon.William Kabogo aspiring Governor in Kiambu County.
William Kabogo seems to be the most popular candidate in Kiambu in the race for governor as the latest polls put him ahead of the rest. William Gitau has been placed at 35.1% ahead of UDA candidate Senator Kimani Wamatangi. Kabogo is vying on a Tujibebe Party ticket that is under Kenya Kwanza.
It is less than 50 days before the general elections in the country and leaders are now focusing on the best strategy to be elected in the August polls. However, Tujibebe Party leader William Kabogo has decided to expose what is now happening in mt Kenya region concerning Wajackoyah's presidential bid.
The Tujibebe Party leader William Kabogo have not being seen in any campaign rally with Kenya Kwanza as it was the norm since having a huge drama with UDA ticket holder Kimani Wamatangi. The former governor of Kiambu have being campaigning on his own and selling his own agenda to Kiambu residents.