Amani national congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi's presidential bid to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta has been left in a limbo following fresh allegations against him by former finance minister Chris Obure.
Obure was speaking during an interview with nation newspaper journalists.He further added that the former Sabatia member of parliament honourable Musalia Mudavadi authorized for a single sourcing of 1.3 billion shillings to anglo leasing tender that saw the country loose the cash under unclear circumstances.
"Chris Obure in today's nation newspaper has said that Musalia Mudavadi,then vice president,authorized for single sourcing of 1.3 billion anglo leasing tender,should be asked to visit the prisons tailor to have his measurements taken" Gabriel Oguda tweet.
Obure said that Mudavadi authorized the tender at the time he was appointed as the vice president during the late president Moi's regime.
Former finance minister further added that amani national congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi should bear the cross and face the full force of the law over corruption.
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