Robert Alai Drops a Bombshell at Mudavadi, Alleges the Following
By JerryN | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 2111 views
Photo of the former Deputy Prime Minister Musalia Mudavadi while addressing a gathering. Image/File.
Blogger Robert Alai on his twitter page has allegedly revealed the Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader Musalia Mudavadi's negligence especially on his own home.
Alai has alleged that Musalia Mudavadi neglected his own mother and allowed her to stay in a posta apartment.
The blogger further alleged that the former Deputy Prime Minister has not made any single improvement in the home of his father, the late Moses Mudavadi, since he died long time ago.
Robert Alai therefore termed Musalia Mudavadi as a so lazy political leader, wondering how he will be the President of the Republic of Kenya.
''Mudavadi neglected his own mum and had her stay in Posta apartment. The same Musalia Mudavadi has not made any single improvement in the home of Moses Mudavadi since the death of the senior Mudavadi." Blogger Robert Alai noted on his twitter page as shown below;
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