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The former vice president was appearing at an interview on Wednesday morning at local Kalenjin Radio station, Emoo FM.
According to Kalonzo Musyoka, all those who have looted during the Jubilee regime should brace themselves should One Kenya Alliance OKA takes the country's leadership.
Kalonzo revealed that their government will be going after all the looted money during Jubilee regime.
He said the recovered money will then be used to offer free primary and secondary education to all Kenyans in the country.
"We will recover all the stolen money next year and use it to offer free primary and secondary education when OKA take the presidency ," Kalonzo Musyoka was quoted.
During the interview Kalonzo further made clear that he will not be deputising Raila Odinga once again.
"Raila is free to join OKA if he wants but if he's coming thinking I'm going to deputize him again then he should forget, it is my time to lead this country, " he added.
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