Alfred Mutua finally opened up on how he ended up as the first Governor of Machakos back in 2013. According to Mutua, he was awarded millions in Kenyan shilling when Mwai Kibaki's tenure as the third president of Kenya came to an end.
He also reiterated that ex-president Kibaki together with the late First Lady Lucy Kibak were his first campaign donors before he made an attempt to talk to Tanzania's ex-president Jakaya Kikwete.
While Mutua did not reveal how much money he was given by Mwai Kibaki, it was revealed by the Citizen Digital that he received money in briefcases in order to fund his campaigns after the devolution.Mutua was is a former journalist and lecturer ( taught in the UAE and Daystar University) before being initiated into the political spotlight by being the government spokesperson from 2004 untill 2012.
Since his tenure is coming to an end, what do you think Mutua might enforce in order to see his legacy stay firm and true to his beliefs? Leave a comment, let's keep the discussion going.
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