Kabogo Threatens to Say Goodbye To Ruto If He Doesn’t Say What He Has For Mt Kenya

Former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo has threatened to ditch the Kenya Kwanza Alliance if Deputy President William Ruto fails to detail what Mt Kenya will gain from his administration.

Speaking at a rally on Thursday, May 12, the Tujibebe Wakenya party leader stated that he had called the DP over the matter after the contents of the Kenya Kwanza power-sharing deal were leaked to the media.

He insisted that he was not interested in any position but was concerned that the vote-rich region was not featured in the document.

Kabogo revealed that he held talks with Ruto in Dubai where he was promised that the region would get a fair share of the government and resources in Ruto’s government.

The former governor who joined Kenyan Kwanza this year stated that their exit from the faction would be felt even if they were a small party.

“I have seen the coalition agreement between UDA, Ford Kenya, and ANC. I held talks with Ruto in Dubai and he asked what I wanted. I told him that I did not wish to get any position for myself or my wife. The only thing I told him is that his government must ensure the Mt Kenya region gets its fair share of the government revenue.

“I have called him and challenged him to explain why they are sharing seats and the agreement has no mention of the interests of the Mt Kenya region. If he does not correct that, I will leave since the election is yet to be held – let him know it’s still early and people can change their minds,”  he stated.

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