It was fun making Sunday as hundreds thronged Ruiru stadium during a homecoming event for Royal media service employee Wamuratha.
Among those who attended the event included Nairobi governor Mik Sonko, Moses Kuria, Simon Mbugua among dozen of MCAs from both Kiambu and Nairobi.
The team launched a movement dubbed “team Wanjiku” to counter-attack the kieleweke and tanga tanga team.
"Ati kaba…………?". @Ruiru stadium.
Posted by Gikuyu Bulletin on Sunday, 23 June 2019
During the address, Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria was forced to cut his speech short when he delivered Waititu greeting and the crowd shouted him down with unison message of “Hatatuaki Waititu, Hutaki Wamuchomba, we need Kabogo.
Mr. Kuria tried another tactic of handshake where the cheering crown also downplayed with “Kaba Kabogo slogan” which loosely translate to ” Better Kabogo”.
“Tunataka Kabogo, say hi to him, “the excited crowd told Moses Kuria.
“Hawa watu ni wambaya aki…..Raila has said hi too, these people bad, let me stop there for now, “Moses Kuria was heard saying.
‘I will say hi to Kabogo as you had said,’Kuria said.
Kabogo has been number one crusader of war against corruption across the Country.
Speaking to a section of the media, Kabogo urged leaders to shun divisive politics and concentrate more on developments.
“I would like to call all leaders across the Country to shun the politics of succession and concentrate more on Wanjiku empowerment,’Kabogo said.
President Uhuru has also been leading the fight against corruption.