Mudavadi Mentioned in Yet Another Scandal a Day After KRA Allegedly Wrote a Tax Demand Letter to him
A file photo of Musalia Mudavadi with deputy president William Ruto. The Chief Administrative Secretary in charge of the Ministry of Transport, roads, Infrastructure and Housing Dr Chris Obure has mentioned Musalia Mudavadi in the multi billion Anglo Leasing scam. Obure, who is facing charges in connection with the scandal, told an anti-corruption court that it is Mudavadi, who initiated the Anglo Leasing project when he served as Transport minister in President Daniel arap Moi’s Kanu government.
Transport and Infrastructure Chief Administrative Secretary CAS Chris Obure has linked Amani National Congress ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi to Ksh 1.3 Billion Anglo Leasing scam. While appearing in court, the CAS has alleged that Musalia Mudavadi is the one who write to him when a Cabinet Minister seeking direct procurement for upgrading postal services while serving in a top government position.
Following the easing of restrictions by the CAS Transport Chris Obure on Friday, the public transport sector is back to carrying full vehicle capacity. The directive came in response to numerous outcries by public service vehicle owners associations some of who had been forced to ground the large buses that cannot operate at a profit without carrying full capacity.
Boni Khalwale who is among the allies of deputy president William Ruto and UDA party today tweeted on his twitter page that Today I happily joined the Deputy President, William Ruto, MPs, MCAs and other spectators at the Cleo Malala Soccer Finals in Mumias where Senator Malala challenged me to the 2022 Kakamega Gubernatorial contest.
The trial Magistrate in the case touching on Chris Obure Justice Alice Mwangi has ruled that former Kisii county senator Chris Obure has a case to answer. In a brief ruling, Trial Magistrate found Obure and his co-former government officials with a case to answer and have been placed on their defence after the court said that the prosecution has established a prima facie case against them.
Mudavadi's Presidential Bid In A Limbo As Former Finance Minister Links Him In Anglo-Leasing Scandal
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.
Musalia Mudavadi, the head of the Amani Congress (ANC), has been dragged into the shillings 1.3 billion Anglo-Leasing corruption scandal by Transport Chief Administrative Secretary Chris Obure. Dr. Obure testified in front of a Nairobi court that Mr Mudavadi was involved in one of the Anglo-Leasing contracts, which entailed the procurement of equipment for the Kenya Postal Corporation (PCK).
Amani National Congress party leader Hon Musalia Mudavadi who is a Principal in One Kenya Alliance has been dragged into a Ksh1.3 billion scandal by Transport Chief Administrative Secretary (CAS) Chris Obure Chris Obure. This could derail his presidential ambition given that he has already declared his interest in succeeding the retiring incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta in the fourth coming general elections to be held next year in Kenya.
Amani National Congress (ANC) Party Leader Musalia Mudavadi has had his name dragged into a 1.3 billion Shillings Anglo Leasing scandal, which happened when he was the Vice President. Hon Musalia Mudavadi [Photo/Courtesy] While appearing in court yesterday, 1 December 2021, Transport CAS Chris Obure told the court that he received a letter from Mudavadi on 9 May 2002, in which Mudavadi sought approval for direct procurement of equipment for the Postal Corporation of Kenya.
Musalia suffers a major setback as his name is linked to the Anglo-leasing affair by CAS Chris obure
After being ensnared into a Ksh1.3 billion Anglo-Leasing controversy by Transport Chief Administrative Secretary (CAS) Chris Obure, Amani National Congress party leader Mudavadi's dark past is catching up with him. Obure claimed in court yesterday that Mudavadi was involved in one of the multi-billion dollar Anglo-Leasing projects by procuring equipment for the Kenya Postal Corporation (PCK).
Security officials in Homa Bay County are pursuing a man who wrestled, assaulted and injured a Kenya Forest Service officer before disarming him. On Tuesday, November 30, it is alleged that the escapee cornered the officer with a machete, threatened to slash him before he overpowered ranger and ran away.
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.
Politicians come and go but others are there to make a mark and stay in their various capacities in the country as has been witnessed in the recent UDA and ODM craze. Picture courtesy. Raila with Obure at a past function. One of the politicians who has managed to stay afloat for a long while but has recently faded from the limelight is former Cabinet Minister of the Government of National Unity, Christopher Obure.
Mudavadi Dragged Into The 1.3 Billion Ksh Anglo Leasing Graft Scandal By Transport CAS Chris Obure. The ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi has been been dragged into the 1.3 Billion Kenya shillings Anglo Leasing graft scandal by the Transport Chief Administrative Secretary (CAS) Chris Obure. Mr. Obure alleged that Musalia Mudavadi was involved in one if the Anglo Leasing projects that was linked to procuring equipment's for the Postal Corporation of Kenya.
The multi billion Anglo leasing case has surfaced again to the public domain after a trial magistrate ruled that the the current Transport Chief Administrative Secretary hon Chris Obure should defend himself in a Ksh1.2 billion VSAT satellite saga. The court also revealed that other former government officials have been put on defence after the prosecution established prima facie on them.
Transport Chief Administrative Secretary (CAS) Chris Obure has now drawn Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader Musalia Mudavadi into a Ksh1.3 billion scandal. Chris Obure claimed in court on Wednesday, December 1 that Mudavadi was involved in one of the multi-billion dollar Anglo-Leasing projects by procuring equipment for the Kenya Postal Corporation (PCK).
Musalia Mudavadi Linked To 1.3 Billion Ksh Anglo Leasing Corruption Scandal. The decade's long Anglo Leasing graft scandal case is ongoing and the Transport Chief Administrative Secretary (CAS) Chris Obure dragged the ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi to the graft case where he stated that he took part in one of the Anglo Leasing where he requested for a direct procurement to be given to the Kenya Postal Corporation project.
President Uhuru Kenyatta greeting CAS Chris Obure. Photo/Courtesy File President Uhuru Kenyatta's top Chief Administrative Secretary has been dealt a huge blow by the court following the magistrate's Friday morning ruling. According to the Trial magistrate dealing with the case touching on the Chief Administrative Secretary in charge of the Ministry of Chris Obure, the former legislator has a case to answer in the Anglo leasing graft charges.
An anti-corruption court ruled Friday morning that former Kisii senator Chris Obure had to answer a case in the Sh928million Anglo lease case. Magistrate Anne Mwangi informed Obure and other former government officials in her defense, saying that prosecutors had proven their charges against her. "After examining the evidence on file, I determine that the state has initiated prima facie proceedings against all of the defendants in this case," she said.
Chris Obure, The transport Chief Administrative Secretary has a case to answer in the Ksh1.2 billion scandal. The trial Magistrate found him with a case to answer in the Anglo Leasing graft charges involving procurement of VSAT satellite for Postal Corporation of Kenya (PCK). Obure and other former government officials charged alongside him have been found with a case to answer and have been placed on their defense after the court agreed that the prosecution has established a prima facie case against them.