Kabogo: Duale should mind his own business
17 September 2014, 18:59
Nairobi - Kiambu Governor William Kabogo has told Majority Leader in the National Assembly Aden Duale to mind his own business over corruption claims.
Kabogo was reacting to comments made Monday by Duale in Narok, calling on himself, Bomet Governor Isaac Ruto and other Governors to account for public funds used.
Duale accused the Governors of misusing public funds and said that the money does not belong to their 'fathers and mothers'.
Kabogo called on Duale to mind business in his parent party the United Republican Front and leave those under The National Alliance TNA alone.
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" He should mind his own business and leave us in TNA alone, Kabogo said Wednesday.
" The allegations are baseless and lacking in merit. They were said in disregard for my integrity as a person and without much thought. He should apologize or I will be forced to sue him ", he threatened.
Kabogo also called on leaders to ensure they mind their utterances in public.
" Some of the comments made were out of order and disrespectful to members of the public and lacking in example to children, he said. They should be watched closely ", he added.
Duale has already been threatened by Ruto, who says that unless he substantiates claims that he has misused KES 184 million in public funds, he will take him to court.
Ruto called Duale's comments callous and lacking in thought and also called on him to apologize over his remarks.
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