Musalia Mudavadi has been mentioned by convict Chris Obure of engaging in the multi-billion Anglo-Leasing Scandal that happened way back in 2002. Obure is in trouble after he was convicted of extreme corrupt dealings which has seen him fight back as much as he can.
The fact that Obure has mentioned Musalia Mudavadi in the Anglo-Leasing Scandal means Mudavadi might as well find himself in prison finally. It's interesting given Mudavadi has all along carried himself as the most sober politician in the history of Kenya.
It's clear as we move forward Mudavadi will also be questioned to answer to crimes of Anglo-Leasing despite him branding himself as the most clean politician. Given the turn of events, it's clear Mudavadi might finally find himself in Kamiti as well.
Ironically Mudavadi has been at the forefront branding himself as the crusader of anti-corruption making it clear he will bring corruption down once elected. However it's a matter of wait and see of what will unfold come the 2022 general election for clearly we live in interesting times politically.
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