Former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo has threatened to ditch the Kenya Kwanza Alliance if his earlier agreement with the outfit's leader William Ruto is breached.

Kabogo issued the threat while he was addressing members of the public in Kiambu on Thursday against the backdrop of a KKA power-sharing deal that surfaced.

At his address, the Tujibebe Party leader sent a sound message to Ruto asking him to explain the contents of the document.

William Kabogo. PHOTO/TWITTER

He revealed details about his meeting with Ruto in Dubai in which they discussed how the Mt Kenya region will benefit from a fair distribution of resources.

"I would wish to send a message because I have seen the documents UDA, ANC and Wetangula submitted to the Registrar of Political Parties. I did not approach William Ruto to look for a seat. I told William Ruto at our Dubai meeting...' do not ask me what I want, I want nothing. What I want is the distribution of resources to be done according to the population' and he agreed," Kabogo said. 

Kabogo said he called the deputy president to clarify the details of the power-sharing deal in the documents that were submitted to the Registrar Of Political Parties.

"I did not see that in the document today and I have called William Ruto and asked him to elaborate on what I have just seen. I have seen that you have shared power with Mudavadi and someone else at 30 per cent. I do not even want a percentage, but I want the residents of Mt Kenya not Kikuyus, Mt Kenya residents to benefit from his government," Kabogo said.

William Ruto and William Kabogo. PHOTO/TWITTER

Kabogo warned that if Kenya Kwanza cannot address his concerns, then he will walk out.

"If that is impossible, if that will not happen, we will walk out. Even if only 10 of us walk out, you will come to realise what I saw," he said.