November 29, 2022

Kabogo’s Scathing Attack on Governor Waititu –

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  • Former Kiambu governor William Kabogo has come out with a scathing attack to his successor Ferdinand Waititu Babayao.

    Kabogo who was speaking at Hot96 FM morning shows JeffnaHamo claimed that Waititu had thrown the county to the dogs.

    The flamboyant businessman revealed that during his tenure, Kiambu boasted of the highest budgetary allocation to healthcare but the hospitals had been run down under the current regime.

    Former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo at Hot96 FM on July 30, 2019

    “If you look at Kiambu, health was almost 50% of our budget. How do you stay in the office and there is no medicine in your hospitals?” Kabogo divulged.

    He further noted that the current governor and all other politicians had the mentality that giving handouts to the electorate would solve their problems.

    The former county head on this note criticised the ‘Kaa Sober’ project that was run by governor Waititu claiming that some of its grandaunts had reverted to alcoholism.

    “It’s a habit for us to give out handouts. I have been in Politics for a very long time, this usually doesn’t help. We must now remove that idea that it is Mweshimiwa’s fault. We must create better laws to help our people prosper!” he added.

    Kabogo who was accompanied by Lari MP Jonah Mburu, further claimed that Waititu was having it easy as opposed if it were him.

    Kama ni mimi ningepatikana na hii kesi ya rafiki yangu, ningepelekwa mbio sana (if I were the accused in this case like my friend, I would have been treated differently),” Kabogo claimed.

    He also claimed that as a country we had sold our sovereignty as a nation and that is why we have outsiders who have taken over basic jobs for the people   ©     All Rights Reserved

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