Kabogo, through his social media pages, faulted leaders who were discussing the 2022 elections instead of working for the common good of Kenyan citizens.
“The duty of our leaders is to unite Kenyans but I do not understand why we are talking about the elections. Some leaders saying that if you elect a governor who is a man, you have to elect a deputy governor who is a woman,” Kabogo stated.
From Left: Baringo Senator Gideon Moi and former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo at parliament buildings during the late second president Daniel arap Moi’s body viewing Saturday, February 8.
The former governor urged leaders to create a constitution that would sustain Kenyans in the years to come without thinking about individuals.
“Let’s talk about issues affecting Kenyans like unemployment, education, food for Kenyans and better housing.
“It has been almost 60 years since we got independence and when we get a chance to change the constitution, all we think about is who should get which seat. It is very shameful, shameful,” Kabogo stated.
“If you are a leader and are only thinking of how you can secure your seat, you are foolish because we will all die,” he continued.
Additionally, Kabogo urged Kenyans to think on the direction they wanted to take.
“We want peace, we want riches. The youth are at home without any jobs and yet you are transversing the country talking about BBI. It is true that BBI will help but let’s use it in a way it can help all of us but not in a way that will only enrich the leaders. We have no shame, we have shame at all,” he concluded.