According to Mathira Constituency MP, he will recover the funds that was frozen in 2020 when the government officials doubted the source of Ksh 12.5 billion that was deposited through his bank accounts.
"I will recover my frozen money if we take power. To use the money to build a nice fancy house," Gachagua said.
The frozen funds, Gachagua revealed will be used to construct nice houses at his home where he will have meetings with their allies as women chat his wife Dorcas.
The Kenya Kwanza presidential deputy further claimed that locals to call him to all the uncomplete churches, promising he will assist in completing them.
The Kenya Kwanza Alliance presidential deputy’s bank accounts were frozen in 2020 as the Assets and Recovery Agency decided to establish how he acquired the Ksh 12.5 billion assets.
The MP has since argued that he never used the office of the government badly and never violated the constitution while in the office, blaming the government officials of critising him because of his support to DP Ruto.
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