“I do not know Nyoro very well but from his body language yesterday on Saturday, February 1, he needs to be very careful,” remarked Nyoro.
Kabogo, during his live interview with K24 host Anne Kiguta, wondered how a person who had not completed two days in office could afford a chopper to ferry him to BBI rallies across the country.
He cautioned Nyoro saying his advisers must handle him well or else he will be the worst thing that ever happened to Kiambu people.
The flashy Kabogo pointed out quick flaws he had noticed at the newly sworn in CEO who took oath last Friday Jan 31st.
“I do not know Nyoro very well but from his body language yesterday on Saturday, February 1, he needs to be very careful,” remarked Mr. Kabogo.
He also recounted how Nyoro could find guts to be part of those who were throwing people out of the Kitui BBI rally saying it was too early for that to happen from a man who ascended to power through his boss’ impeachment.
“It was too early to start shouting and throwing people out of meetings. I was looking at social media and I was seeing him in a helicopter arriving at BBI meeting and I am like, ‘what? Day one?’ How do you manage to pay for a helicopter, I hope it is not county funds,” he advised.
The former governor also made clear that he kept off Kiambu politics the day he was voted out and that he had nothing to do with Waititu’s historical ouster. Video/Courtesy-
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