Kenyan are currently in early political rally meetings. Various leaders have emerged to campaign for various seat despite the fact that the government has banned political meetings all over the country.picture courtesy
This is due to the high spread of the the covid 19 virus which has affected the whole world. General elections will be held on next year 2022. Raila Odinga. William Ruto and oka principals are going all over the country to promote their presidential bid coming 2020.
Kalonzo Musyoka who is one of the oka principals, which consists of Gideon Moi, Moses Wetangula and Musalia Mudavadi today sent a strong message to whoever who is stealing public funds when they win the next election.
Kalonzo who was seen frustrated by leaders who are stealing from the public. He said that corrupt leaders who steal millions and buy wheelbarrows will pay.
"Corrupt leaders who steal millions and buy wheelbarrows while flying helicopters will pay when OKA takes over leadership" the former vice president said.source
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