It is on a chilly Thursday and the challenges rocking Deputy President William Ruto’s Kenya Kwanza camp continue to play out in the open.
While Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has quickly crept back to the camp, his counterpart William Kabogo has been left out in the cold, with unverified reports claiming the former Kiambu governor had been accused of being President Uhuru’s mole in Kenya Kwanza.
However, Kabogo has defended his meeting with Uhuru recently, saying they only discussed his political future as well as recalling the 2017 Jubilee party nominations when he was edged out in favour of impeached Kiambu Governor, Ferdinand Waititu.
Kabogo said the recent deepening cracks within Kenya Kwanza had been contributed by the fact that their agreement was not put into writing.
He revealed that he joined Kenya Kwanza because DP Ruto agreed with him on his proposal that additional revenue allocation to counties should be based on population and that it would be put into writing.
However, it was Moses Kuria’s decision to leave Kabogo out and go back into Ruto’s camp that has left many wondering. Do you think Kabogo’s exit will have any major impact on Ruto’s support, especially in Kiambu county?
Here is the news making Headlines on Opera News App today;
Kabogo Reveals Details of His Meeting with President Uhuru Amidst Bitter Fallout with DP Ruto
Former Kiambu governor William Kabogo has finally revealed details of his various meetings with President Uhuru Kenyatta while still at Kenya kwanza. Kabogo has previously met with Uhuru a move that led to Kenya Kwanza leaders branding him a mole in the coalition and eventually leading to their fallout.
All Eyes on Uhuru and Raila Azimio Politicians After Sources Reveal What a Top Meeting Approved
It has emerged that a top meeting of a ruling organ in Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance has approved use of the zoning strategy in the upcoming general elections.
According to sources, the meeting which was attended by the coalition leaders struck a deal that will see some of the leaders lose out of the race as the strong ones will be fielded by the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Alliance.
Trouble in Kenya Kwanza as Mudavadi Ally Reveals Bad Thing Gachagua Has Began Doing to Them
Things have continued to worsen in the Kenya Kwanza alliance, which has been having internal issues ahead of the approaching August elections.
The alliance has been having internal fights, with some parties accusing UDA, the main party, of trying to dominate the other outfits it’s working with.