Kiambu electorates are said of reaching out to former governor William Kabogo to vie for gubernatorial seat comes 2022.
Kabogo has decided to portray a low life out of politics with majority of the Kiambu electorates wondering on his next political move.
Since he left office in 2018 general election a lot has happened within the county with corruption cases being on top gear, this followed the impeachment of Ferdinand Waititu as the governor.
The supremacy battle has set section of leaders aligning themselves to succeed Governor Nyoro who took it from Waititu.
Governor Nyoro, Moses Kuria, Kiamani Wamatangi, William Kabogo, Kimani Ichung’wa are among those who are said interested with the County leadership.
Most of Kiambu electorates have lamented how much they missed Kabogo’s leadership, especially now that his successor, Governor Ferdinand Waititu was impeached after several corruption allegations.
In an interview with Opera News Kenya, Kabogo has said that the politics of succession should be avoided for now to allow those in power to serve the people of Kiambu.
He urged leaders to stop early campaigns and concentrate on service delivery.
“Let all support those in power, service delivery is the most important, we just have time ahead of 2022 and I will give my direction when the right time comes,” he said.
Earlier in an interview with Citizen Tv, the former Kiambu governor declared interest to run for the presidency comes 2022.
The former governor said he has what it takes to contest and win the top seat in the much anticipated 2022 general election.
“I am not focused on local politics and my interest is to serve Kenyans on the national level,” he said.