Tujibebe Wakenya Party leader William Kabogo has said that the party’s nominations will be free and fair.
Speaking to Media on Wednesday, Kabogo said the party has constituted all structures to ensure that all nomination processes are followed.
He said the party is open to everyone across the Country. He assured aspirants that they will all have equal chances in the nomination process.
“Am welcoming all aspirants across the Country to join Tujibebe Wakenya Party where nomination exercise will be conducted transparently,” Kabogo said.
Commenting on the recent Muhoo ward by-election, Kabogo said that it was an excellent performance as the party is barely four months since it was registered.
Kabogo’s candidate Obwoge Samuel emerged position three behind Jubilee party and UDA. Jubilee Party’s Donald Fundi won the seat garnered 1,609 votes against Kimuyu’s 1358 votes of the UDA party.
He expressed optimism that, Tujibebe will be the party of choice come to the 2022 general election.
The former governor has been holding meetings with leaders across the Country to popularize the party ahead of next year election.
The party has so far opened offices across the region under political parties’ guidelines.
Kabogo said that he is optimistic that the Tujibebe party would rebuild the economy and transform the country.
“We want to improve the economy by empowering our people across the Country by educating them on the need to make the right choice, “He said.
In 2022, Kabogo said that the Mt. Kenya region is still consulting on which presidential candidate to back ahead of next year’s polls.
On Sunday, the former governor hosted one Kenya Alliance principal among them Kalonzo Musyoka, Musalia Mudavadi and Gideon Moi at Thika alongside Mt Kenya unity forum.
The former Kiambu Governor however alluded that he is open to forming coalitions should the right candidate approach his Tujibebe Wakenya Party with a firm plan to priorities the communal interests of residents of the entire Central Kenya region.