The job Kabogo wants from Uhuru only for 3 months
Kabogo made the demand nearly three days after visiting DP Ruto.
For the period of three months he would be occupying the office, Mr Kabogo noted that he would crash corrupt individuals in the country, “after the investigating agencies’ failure to do that simple job.”
"The investigating authorities must carry out their work competently to recover stolen funds and present concrete evidence in court to win cases against graft suspects," he said.
"If Uhuru gave me that job for three months, he would see what I can do for this country. I don’t want payment. I would unravel everything and have the evidence, the suspect and the location of the loot for successful prosecution. I know all corrupt people will hear my name and run away in fear,” he added.
The former Kiambu Governor has clarified that he would, in fact, trail corrupt people to where they hide their stolen property for effective prosecution and jailing.
Mr Kabogo has equally vowed to succeed Kenyatta at State House, by building a political movement that will focus on fighting corruption.
While he remained guarded on who would probably deputise him to seek the mandate of Kenyans, his intentions, he said, will be geared to towards eradicating poverty, unemployment, ethnicity, corruption, nepotism and favouritism.
He told a local daily that he had intentions to join hands with the like-minded people in the country to fight graft, warning the current crop of political leaders against corruption.
"I am building a political movement that will continue to fix Kenya’s problems in the post-Uhuru era. The country must tackle poverty, unemployment, ethnicity corruption, nepotism and favouritism decisively.
"I don’t have to be President to change people’s lives. I can bring good people together for the common good of the masses.
"A leader must focus on what is important to the people. Right now, I’m hunting for the right people with whom I share ideologies. We are in talks and will make a grand announcement at the right time,” said the former Kiambu Governor.
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