William Kabogo, a former governor of Kiambu and leader of the Tujibebe Wakenya Party, has disclosed precise facts about his encounters with President Uhuru Kenyatta that led to his label as a mole within the Kenya Kwanza camp.
In a recent interview, Kabogo denied rumors that he was employed by Azimio, saying he would carefully explore his alternatives before joining a coalition other than Kenya Kwanza.
In addition to recalling the 2017 Jubilee party nominations, which he lost to impeached Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu, he noted that his conversations with Uhuru focused on his political aspirations.
Kabogo hinted that the Head of State blamed William Ruto, his deputy who oversaw the nominations, in his remarks.
But the DP said that he was acting on orders from President Uhuru Kenyatta while speaking with Ruto.
Given what happened to him and Gatundu South lawmaker Moses Kuria last week at Rigathi Gachagua’s rally in Kiambu, Kenya Kwanza, commanded by Ruto and his running mate Rigathi Gachagua, appears to have severed ties with Kabogo.