EX-GSU Officer Who Is Giving Raila and Ruto Sleepless Nights in the Upcoming 2022 Presidential Race

Ex-General Service (GSU) officer Zablon Karanja Mbugua has announced his intention to run for the top seat in the upcoming 2022 general election.

Mbugua, who currently heads the biblical Pentecostal Apostolic Church, said he wanted the top seat to transform the country through his policies.

He served in the Investigation Department of the General Services Unit (GSU) for a period of four years from 1986.

The paramilitary officer-turned-bishop said the country was facing a defining moment economically and it was time for a change.

He said that his government will transform the economy through proper utilization of the country’s resources.

“We are at a defining moment when we are in a war against economic slowdown and broken aspirations. My government, once elected, will work for a new dawn with clearly written policies.

“We will ensure equal opportunities not only for those with money and influence but for every Kenyan,” he said.

The bishop also said that his administration would work towards achieving peace in the country through poverty alleviation and community empowerment.

“Our administration will address peace among all Kenyans in adversity. We can define peace as poverty alleviation and community empowerment,” Mbugua said.

He said that if the President is elected, he will reduce the taxation and the price of electricity so as to encourage industrialization in the country. He said his government would invest in green energy like wind and solar power.

Mbugua further said that the country has faced a lot of challenges at the hands of politicians and it is time to change the crop of elected leaders. He said that after his election, the country will achieve this change.

Apart from these things, he said that he will eliminate the illegal brewery in the country and eliminate the thieves.

Mbuga joins musician Ruben Kigame among other Kenyans who have registered their interest for the top seat in the upcoming general election.

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