The Mvita mp, Abdulswamad Shariff has decided to give insights following the problems Mombasa port is facing. This comes a moment after Mohammed Ali alias Jicho Pevu blamed Raila, Joho and Uhuru to be the ones taking over the port to own it privately. Shariff is contesting for the gubernatorial seat for Mombasa county under the ODM ticket.
According to him, the lawmakers from coast didn't intervene on saving KPA from the corrupt leaders who were in charge. He had come up with a motion in Parliament to protest against the new laws that were governing the KPA but he was not supported by anyone.
Speaking in Mombasa, the lawmaker alleged that Rigathi Gachagua is not a good person since he did not make any move to save the situation when he was a mp. "Gachagua ulipoingia boardroom ya KPA iweze kufaulu, wewe ndiye uliyesema fedha ya KPA CSR iende central, kataa hilo(Gachagua when you entered KPA boardroom to talk of issues, you're the one who said KPA's money to be sent to Central. Deny it!" Sharif said.
He also added by blaming Ruto for not raising alarm when Rotich was sued to be investigated by EACC following the loss of public funds.
Me to follow...
Watch his full speech here
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