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Kabogo tears into Twitter user over election violence

Cornel Wawire
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Former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo[Source/Twitter/Augustine Sang]

Former Kiambu governor William Kabogo has condemned a twitter user, Dennis Kiptoo Mutai over an irresponsible tweet he shared. 

In a screenshot seen on Kabogo’s twitter account, Mr. Mutai had warned Kenyans that should President Uhuru Kenyatta fail to endorse Deputy President William Ruto for the 2022 presidential seat, there will be war.

“Am not issuing any threats or inciting anybody. But I must say a bitter truth to Kenyans. If #Uhuru betrays #Ruto, then everyone should be prepared for the repeat of 2007-08. It’s going to be worst. Uhuru cant take us for a ride, we are not his asshole. Deni lazima ilipwe,” he posted. 

This tweet has however been pulled down from his account.

Kabogo who had already seen this post, has now called for action to be taken against Mr. Mutai. 

He shared the screenshot and captioned it:  

“This is the most irresponsible utterance and must be condemned in the strongest terms possible ⁦@ODPP_KE⁩ ⁦@JBoinnet⁩ ⁦@UKenyatta⁩ ⁦@WilliamsRuto⁩,” he posted.

This tweet has since attracted various reactions from Kenyans, who are calling for the arrest of Dennis Kiptoo Mutai. This comes just hours after a section of Mount Kenya leaders held a press conference at Serena Hotel in Nairobi to caution DP Ruto's men attacking the President. 

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