Kiambu Governor William Kabogo has launched an elaborate and aggressive reelection campaign at the grassroots, instead of holding big rallies.
He is running as an independent after losing the April Jubilee primary to Kabete MP Ferdinand Waititu.
Kabogo has been criss-crossing Kiambu estates, dishing out goodies and articulating his achievements.
He said he wants a second term to complete ongoing projects and others he listed for implementation.
The governor’s campaign slogan ‘Kaba Kabogo’ (It’s better Kabogo) is fast catching on in the county, with he and his supporters selling it to voters. Kiambu has 1.1 million registered voters.
On the other hand, the United for Kiambu Team that was to spearhead Waititu’s campaigns seems to have relaxed after winning the JP nomination.
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