ANC leader Honorable Musalia Mudavadi has revealed what President Uhuru was doing with the help of Raila Amolo Odinga.
According to a Citizen tv news report, it has ls indicated in a statement posted and issued today on Wednesday, Kenya Kwanza's co-coprincipal Musalia Mudavadi accused the government under President Uhuru Kenyatta of working in tandem with Prime Minister Raila Odinga, especially when dealing with the port of Mombasa, Lamu, and Kisumu ports.
Dubai FZE has allegedly been given powers to revive berths 11 to 14 and create a special economic zone at the Mombasa Port, develop a special economic zone at the Lamu Port and operate logistic parks at both Kisumu and Naivasha.
Mudavadi reveals that Treasury CS Ikur Yatani signed the deal on 1st March 2022 under the presence of an economic development cooperation agreement with the United Arabs Emirates.
The deal was successfully done in a meeting in Mombasa that was pretended to be Raila's birthday party.
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