Kabogo threatens to quit Kenya Kwanza over power-sharing deal

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Tujibebe Party leader William Kabogo has threatened to lead other Mt Kenya leaders out of Kenya Kwanza over what he terms as plans to shortchange the people of the populous region despite their overwhelming support for the deputy president.

Speaking in Kiambu on Thursday, the former Kiambu governor gave notice to the leadership of Kenya Kwanza led by William Ruto to make public all contents of the power-sharing structure deposited by the Registrar of Political Parties or face backlash from his lieutenants in Mt Kenya.

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”If you don’t review the documents you have tabled at the ORPP showing the structure of government without resources to Mt. Kenya people, we shall bolt out immediately. I speak on behalf of other leaders who will come out to speak soon,” Kabogo said.

”When I met the deputy president in Dubai, I told him I don’t want anything from his government. What I asked him is to ensure the interest of the Mt Kenya region is well captured in his government. We have seen the details of his agreement with other members of the coalition. If that is not rectified to capture the interest of the people living in Mt Kenya then we will have to leave,” he added.

The alliance is made of three founding members including Musalia Mudavadi’s ANC, Moses Wetang’ula’s Ford Kenya, DP’s UDA, and other parties.

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