The Azimio la Umoja One Kenya coalition presidential candidate Raila Odinga has emphasised he will fight graft in Kenya if he becomes president after the August election.

Raila echoed what President Uhuru Kenyatta once said: that the country is losing close to Sh2 billion daily to corrupt individuals.

He was speaking during an interview with an international media house when he said he would seal all the loopholes through which corrupt individuals pilfering public resources.

Raila said nobody is indispensable in the fight against graft, including himself and reiterated he will spare nobody involved in the vice.

“Kenyans know that I stand very strongly against corruption. Nobody is indispensable in the fight against corruption, so we will deal with everybody equally. If I’m found to be corrupt, they should deal with me,” Raila said.

Raila’s campaign has been hinged on the pledge to end corruption in the country in order to boost the economy and improve the lifestyles of Kenyans.

He brags of an astute team in the Azimio coalition that is not tainted in matters of corruption.