Kalonzo welcomes Ruto to Ukambani, warns he should explain wealth

Wiper Democratic Movement leader Kalonzo Musyoka has welcomed Deputy President William Ruto’s convoy to Ukambani on his political tours saying as a presidential aspirants, leaders should have all the liberty to tour every region to sell their political agenda to Kenyans. 

The Wiper leader however warned the Deputy President that he will eventually account to Kenyans how he has managed to amass such monies that he is dishing out to Kenyans reminding him that every civil servant and state officers’ salary and income is known.

Kalonzo says it is unfortunate that leaders have used their authority and positions of power to enrich themselves whilst grounding Government parastatals like Kenya Power and Lighting Company (KPLC) hence forcing Kenyans to endure the high cost of electricity.

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“I have said, even if they visit Ukambani a hundred times, they are welcome, but they should remember that they will account on where they are getting the monies; the salaries of Members of Parliament, Deputy President and even President is known,” said Kalonzo.

Kalonzo warns that leaders who have used their position of power to ground KPLC to the suffering of fellow Kenyans should be ready to answer to their crimes.

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He says it is immoral for leaders to brag with ill-gotten money and use them to bribe Kenyans to gain popularity.

“We will now talk openly, and people will be held to account because there must be integrity in service,” Kalonzo concluded.

The Wiper leader was speaking Saturday when he attended three functions in three constituencies of Mwingi West for a fundraiser in aid of five university and secondary school students in Kisovo, then in Mwingi Central for the burial ceremony of the late Rev. Samsom Muthangya in Kalisasi and Later in Mwingi North for the burial ceremony of Wiper diehard Mzee Peter Kimunga Mutemi in Ngomeni.

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The Wiper Leader was accompanied by Kitui County Women Rep. Hon Irene Kasalu, Mps Hon Charles Nguna of Mwingi West, Hon. Gideon Mulyungi of Mwingi Central and Hon. Paul Nzengu of Mwingi North and a host of MCAs and opinion Leaders.


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