Kalonzo said that corrupt politicians who take millions and buy wheelbarrows for the youth while flying helicopters would give back the money in an apparent attack on the DP.
He stated that corruption had become widespread in the country, and that the stolen funds might be used to fund government programs."We will put an end to public money looting by those who buy Kenyans wheelbarrows while they fly on choppers.They must repay the looted money," Kalonzo said.
"From 2013 to 2017, corruption has gotten worse.My brother, Musalia, and I have both worked in government, and we have never seen as much corruption as we have in those years," he continued.
Kalonzo further pointed out that members of the current government's United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party have not employed any Makueni County residents in their current government.
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