Members of the Press, Ladies and Gentlemen, Good Afternoon. Happy Mother’s Day to our great women in Kiambu county and the country at large and to my dear wife who is here with me. I want to thank you for coming for this press briefing. Let me start by giving honour to Whom all honour is due, and that is God. Today being a Sunday, a day of worship for me, I am reminded of the faithfulness of God and I am grateful for the gift of life and for the great people of Kiambu that He has entrusted me with to provide leadership. I don’t take this privilege for granted and in my reflections I acknowledge that leadership comes from God and it takes God to lead His people. I am only a servant. I have served the great people of Kiambu for the last four years as Governor and despite many obstacles & challenges, I say thank you to God for enabling me, and to you all, thank you for trusting me. I couldn’t do it without His help and the honour of moving Kiambu County and its great people to the place of its destiny humbles me greatly. The development agenda that we have had is no doubt open for everyone to see
William Kabogo Gitau (born 4 April 1961) is a Kenyan politician. He is the Governor of Kiambu County and is with the National Alliance Party.
He won the governorship in a March 2013 general elections. He is the immediate former Juja MP which he won in 2010 by-elections trouncing Alice Wambui of Kenya National Congress who was distant second, while the previous MP, George Thuo of PNU was left third. In 2017 he lost the jubilee ticket and conceded defeat way before the results were announced.