Insecurities? William Kabogo Fumes Over Being Sidelined In Kenya Kwanza’s Economic Forum

KEY POINTS

  • Former Kiambu governor William Kabogo has openly differed with a Kenya Kwanza campaign poster outlining the economic forum programme.
  • Kabogo was irked with posters of the events shared by Gatundu south MP and Hustler nation spokesperson Dennis Itumbi.
  • Itumbi's post completely omitted symbols of the other parties under Kenya Kwanza Alliance.

Former Kiambu governor William Kabogo has openly differed with a Kenya Kwanza campaign poster outlining the economic forum programme.

According to the poster, the forums will take place from Thursday to Monday in several counties of the Mt. Kenya region with Kiambu inclusive. The poster bore the images of Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria, DP William Ruto and Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua.

Kabogo was irked with posters of the events shared by Gatundu south MP and Hustler nation spokesperson Dennis Itumbi because they lacked his Tujibebe party symbol.

Itumbi’s post completely omitted symbols of the other parties under Kenya Kwanza Alliance.

“Bro I notice you’ve removed the party symbols on the picture frame. It’s important to deal with those cheap tricks. Kenya kwanza is not owned by an individual,” Kabogo commented on Itumbi’s post.

 

On Moses Kuria’s he simply said, “@MlimahouseUda@WilliamsRutokwanza?” accompanied by the Kenyan flag.

Netizens however asked him to make his own poster instead of complaining because Kuria is his competitor.

“Tujibebe Party can’t even make it to the poster?pole bro,” a netizen said.

“You always complain when shortchanged can’t you see your not wanted kenya kwanza is not for open minded leaders who are not apush over fungua macho,but siku hizi haueleweki .sisi acha tufuate mama she knows to stand her No to Mchele, nyama,2 said another.

This comes just days after Kabogo threatened to quit Kenya Kwanza over the power-sharing deal.

 Both Kuria and Kabogo are eyeing the Kiambu gubernatorial seat.

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