In an interview on Citizen TV that has been fully followed by this writer, Lugari constituency member of the national assembly Ayub Savula has come out with interesting allegations on ANC party maestro Musalia Mudavadi.
In the interview, the Lugari constituency member of parliament stated that deputy president William Ruto allegedly gave ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi a whooping Kshs 300 million on Saturday, one day before the earthquake announcement.
The DAP-K deputy party leader further stated that the deputy president allegedly paid the money in order to be allowed to attend ANC party's national delegates conference (NDC) at Bomas of Kenya on Sunday even as he insisted that he has evidently to back up his claims.
However, the claims did not sit well with his fellow panelist Chris Wamalwa who is the Kiminini constituency member of parliament who urged the Lugari legislator to withdraw his remarks as they cannot be substantiated.
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