Kabogo announces next move after conceding defeat to Waititu

Kiambu Governor William Kabogo has disclosed that he will be....

Governor William Kabogo

Addressing the press on Tuesday night, Kabogo stated that he would accept the results which he termed shambolic adding that someone powerful did not want him to be the Governor of Kiambu again.

“It has been a long journey in Jubilee and I have done my best. But since it seems like there are huge powers that need to keep me away, I am saying that for now, I am doing what it is that that memorandum said: I don’t agree with these nominations.

“Rumours are that I am a threat to someone. I don’t know whether that is true but as fate will have it, you bite it one step at a time. So I want to say I don’t agree with this nominations. The petition is with the party, the party can do whatever it is that they deem fit to do,” Kabogo said.

The Governor made the announcement after 10 polling stations filed their results showing Waititu was leading him by 80000 votes last night.

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