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I’ll come get you. Mwaure warns countries that have money stashed in Kenya.

Agano’s presidential candidate, David Mwaure, has warned nations that host hidden funds that he will go after them.

He had written to the United Nations and fifteen other countries earlier this month, requesting that the alleged money be returned to the country.

David Waihiga Mwaure, presidential candidate of the Agano Party.

He has, however, received no correspondence in response to his request.

“I have not received a response from these countries, but our 100-day countdown has already begun.” They’re listening, and there’s a lot of good will out thereā€¦ “We have wonderful friends from outside of Kenya,” he said.

Mwaure has stated publicly that he will sever diplomatic ties with countries that do not cooperate with him or his government.

“How come it can’t be done?” If a country holds our money, it knows it is supposed to be Eurobond money or SGR money?” he asked.

How can you call a country your friend? “What I know is that many countries have been willing to return our money; it’s just that there has been no good will with the current leadership, the immediate past, and the leadership that wishes to be recycled,” Mwaure explained.

Everything is on the table, according to the Agano leader.

“Kenya must move forward.” There must be tough measures, but I can assure you that they will not be necessary. “Our campaign is to get our money back,” he said.

When questioned further, including money stashed in the United States and the United Kingdom, Mwaure stated that he will not back down from pursuing those countries.

“Oh, everybody!” I can tell you that 99 percent of these countries wanted to. What this country has lacked is leadership and good will. A leader who says, “Let’s do it.”

Mwaure Waihiga was the sole candidate to participate in the first round of the Presidential debate at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa. He was scheduled to debate Prof. George Wajackoya of the Roots Party, who arrived but later left, stating that he would only participate if all four candidates shared a podium.

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