Former Kiambu governor William Kabogo William Kabogo has dropped a hint that he may possibly run in Nairobi in the 2022 general elections.
Speaking on Sunday night in an exclusive prime time interview on K24 Television, Mr Kabogo divulged that he had been approached by some people about the possibility of running in the capital city.
He acknowledged that the people living in the capital city were suffering because of the political choices that they made.
"Many people have asked me if I could come to Nairobi. But it is too early. It is unfortunate that people in Nairobi are suffering. Choices have consequences," the former county boss said.
His words come in the wake of a lawsuit against Nairobi governor Mike Sonko, who faces a litany of corruption related charges.
He has denied the charges in totality saying that they are politically motivated.
The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) claims that the Nairobi governor subverted the tender process for his own personal gain among other charges.
A court judge presiding over the case ordered Governor Sonko not to step into his office until his case is heard and determined.
The county administration is in a state of flux with no substantive deputy governor.