By Nephat Kinyua
Flamboyant City businessman Steve Mbogo has urged the youth to shun tribal politics and vote in leaders who have thier interest at heart.
Mbogo who is vying for the Starehe parliamentary seat on an ODM ticket says he’s determined to ensure the tribalism is eliminated by voters electing leaders regardless of their tribes.
Speaking to this writer Mbogo added that having officially launched his campaign for the Starehe Parliamentary Seat, it is now all systems go to ensure he wins the CBD seat for ODM. He also appreciated his supporters and fans for accepting his strategic move and vowing to stand with him all the way to the ballot.
The ODM nominations in Nairobi County are slated on April 25.
Mbogo will face off with Abdiaziz Mohamed Hirsi, Winstones Churchill Ochieng and Rhoda Mumoh Kivati in the ODM nominations.
Incumbent Starehe MP Maina Kamanda wants to retain the seat on a Jubilee ticket but he’s facing stiff opposition from musician Charles Kanyi aka Jaguar. Others in the Jubilee nominations in Starehe are Paul Gichuki, Stanley Gathogo, Francis Mwangi and Simon Chege.