May 16, 2022

Vote out political crooks in 2022, Kalonzo tell Kenyans

Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka

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Kenyan should use the 2022 polls to send political crooks home, Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka has said.
The former Vice president said that the polls provides a good time Kenyans  can have good leaders who can build the nation.

Kalonzo said that a good number politicians are using what they have looted to build their political ambitions despite Kenyans remaining poor.
“You are the last line of defense for this country, do not be corrupted by Leaders with ill-gotten money,” Kalonzo said.
The Wiper leader was addressing roadside rallies in Ukambani counties during a tour this weekend.
Kalonzo attended the burial ceremonies of the Late Martin Mbuku (Brother to Machakos Senator Agnes Kavindu) and John Wambua in Kitui.
He later held a fundraiser in aid of the ailing former AIC Bishop Titus Kivunzi in Mwingi West.

The Wiper Boss says Kenyans have a God-given opportunity in the coming elections to separate Political crooks and criminals from honest leaders.
Kalonzo said that they should deliver this country into good leadership.
“Come out in large numbers to register as voters for their voice to be heard and decide good leadership that will prosper this Nation to greatness,” he said.

Kalonzo called on Church leaders to remain the moral compass of the Nation. Kalonzo also called on churches not to be swayed away by ill-gotten from graft activities.
“We have had Archbishop Ndingi Mwa Nzeki, Bishop Muge and Bishop Gitare, who were church leaders guided by the conscience of the Nation through apostolic letters,” Kalonzo said.

He said corruption has dealt a blow to many sectors of economy, which has left million poor, jobless and even some dead.
Kalonzo called on President Uhuru Kenyatta to crack the whip at the Kenya Power to bring down the cost of living.
“You can sue a government for sleeping hungry,” Kalonzo said.


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