Kabogo meeting Tujibebe Wakenya party MCAs- elect. Former Kiambu governor William Kabogo held a consultative meeting with members of county assembly elected on the party's ticket ahead of their swearing in on Tuesday next week. Kabogo chaired the party members of county assembly elect caucus ahead of Tuesday swearing in.
Former Kiambu county governor William Kabogo has disclosed one thing he wonders about his opponents while predicting what will prevail on 9th August General Election. Taking to the social media, the Tujibebe Wakenya Party leader disclosed that he has always wondered how his competitors manage to sleep at night despite knowing they would lose to him in the forthcoming General Election.
Former Kiambu Governor and Tujibebe Wakenya Party leader William Kabogo speaking during a past political interview. Photo courtesy. Former Kiambu Governor and Tujibebe Wakenya Party leader and gubernatorial candidate Hon William Kabogo, has said that he knows who is his next president that's the fifth Head of State in the country after the August 9 general elections.
Reports by the Daily Nation show that one Kenya Kwanza Alliance principal is not appearing on the VIPs list on the invited guests to attend Dr William Ruto's inaugration as Kenya's next and fifth president. Mr William Kabogo, the party leader of Tujibebe Wakenya Party will be the only principal from the coalition who will not be attending the historic event at Kasarani.
Photo Courtesy Deputy President William Ruto has suffered a major setback in his camp ahead of the August polls after one his major key politician officially declared that he had ditched the Kenya Kwanza Alliance Coalition by saying that he was not part of it. Reports indicate that during a Gubernatorial Debate in Citizen TV, William Kabogo of the Tujibebe Wakenya Party denied claims of being part of Deputy President William Ruto's Kenya Kwanza Alliance Coalition.
William Kabogo, the leader of the Tujibebe Wakenya Party and candidate for governor of Kiambu, may leave the Kenya Kwanza Alliance, led by William Ruto. The former governor of Kiambu County revealed at the Citizen TV-sponsored debate for governor that he was running independently and without the backing of any presidential candidates.
William Kabogo, the leader of the Tujibebe Wakenya Party and a candidate for governor of Kiambu, has separated himself from the Kenya Kwanza coalition led by DP Ruto. Kabogo has said that he is now an independent man. He stated that he has not been active in the coalition's recent campaign efforts.
Deputy President William Ruto is facing an internal crisis that could disrupt his campaign with 40 days to go before the August elections. This alone can cost him presidency. Some of his allies are leaving the Kenya Kwanza Alliance, while others are voting for a coalition of rivals as a means of survival while another party has no name at all in its campaigns.
William Kabogo, the head of the Tujibebe Wakenya Party has expressed worry over the widespread robbery incidents occurring in Nairobi and its environs. This comes after popular outrage in recent months over an increase in murders, shootings and stabbings that occurred in broad daylight across the nation and were attributed to the National Police Service (NPS).
Together with Kenyans, political figures connected to the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance Camp and Kenya Kwanza Alliance have sent their condolences to the loved ones of former Ainabkoi MP William Chepkut. On Saturday morning, Chepkut was declared dead after being taken to Mediheal Hospital in Parklands Nairobi after passing out at home.
Since the stand off between the Tujibebe Wakenya Party William Kabogo, and the United Democratic Alliance gubernatorial candidate in Kiambu Kimani Wamatangi, speculations have been high on whether Kabogo had ditched his support for Deputy President William Ruto's presidential bid. The Former Kiambu Governor had said that he was not going to attend any of the Kenya Kwanza Alliance rallies until his concerned are attended to, where he alleged that the UDA party was advocating for the 'six-piece voting pattern' in the August polls.
Former Kiambu Governer, Hon William Kabogo, has refuted the report circulating in social media indicating that he has already dumped Kenya Kwanza team and ready to support Azimio Gubernatorial Candidate in Kiambu county, Hon James Nyoro, who is a member of Jubilee party. According to that report, Kabogo had claimed that he's ready to withdraw from gubernatorial race in favour of James Nyoro rather than offering his support to UDA Candidate Hon Kimani Wamatangi.
Former Kiambu Governor has expressed confidence of recapturing the top seat in the gubernatorial race. The Tujibebe Wakenya Party leader has also hinted of dumping Ruto and the Kenya Kwanza Alliance on what he has alleged to be sidelined by the top leadership of the party. He has constantly claimed that his party and that of Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria have not been given opportunity to take part in the UDA meetings on planning issues of Mount Kenya.
Kiambu county has tough gubernatorial race. The race has six strong horses and among those six, three are in the same coalition, Kenya Kwanza. We have in the past few days witnessed sibling rivalry among these candidates in Kenya Kwanza as each fight to stand out among them.
A day after the Tujibebe Wakenya Party leader William Kabogo failed to substantiate on the presidential candidate he was supporting in the August polls, he has dismissed ongoing claims that he is now supporting Jubilee candidate for the Kiambu's gubernatorial seat James Nyoro. Kabogo while attending the Kiambu's gubernatorial debate hosted by Citizen TV on Sunday, said 'I am on my own and I am comfortable' remarks that have been considered as a way of saying that he was not in support of the Kenya Kwanza Alliance which is rooting for Deputy President William Ruto's presidential bid.
The Tujibebe Wakenya Party leader Hon William Kabogo has broken silence and responded to claims making rounds on social media that he may support Azimio gubernatorial candidate. The former Kiambu governor has cut off histies with DP Ruto's led coalition Kenya Kwanza Alliance coalition of parties citing being sidelined by UDA.
For some days now, Tujibebe Wakenya Party leader William Kabogo has been criticizing the Kenya Kwanza coalition where he is a member. Kabogo claimed that the United Democratic Alliance party led by Deputy President William Ruto is only concerned about its interests and does not want to popularize the other member parties.
There are forty days until the elections in August, and Deputy President William Ruto is facing a rising internal mutiny that might disrupt his efforts. A subset of his allies has chosen to withdraw their support for the Kenya Kwanza Alliance, while others have chosen to employ a strategy of supporting candidates from the opposing coalition in order to ensure their own survival.
Bad News To UDA Camp As UDA Aspirants Shown Dust In Kiambu Seats According To Opinion Poll Conducted
In the most recent wrangles of sibling rivalry, United Democratic Alliance appears to have been impacted by the political heat. Intense words were exchanged last week between Hon. Wamatangi, a UDA candidate for governor, and Hon. Kabogo, a member of the Tujibebe Wakenya Party.
The Kiambu Gubernatorial aspirant William Kabogo has hinted to leave the Kenya Kwanza Coalition ahead of the August elections. Speaking during a Gubernatorial debate organized by Citizen Tv, the Tujibebe Wakenya Party leader alleged that he was not backed by any presidential candidate. This was a result of a question asked if the candidates agreed with the manifesto of their presidential candidate.