‘I’m no longer ANC party leader’ – Mudavadi

Monday, October 17th, 2022 11:13 | By
Prime Cabinet Secretary nominee Musalia Mudavadi. PHOTO/Facebook

Prime Cabinet Secretary nominee Musalia Mudavadi says he has resigned as African National Congress(ANC) party leader.

Mudavadi while speaking on Monday when he faced the National Assembly's Appointments Committee for vetting following his nomination into President William Ruto’s cabinet did not however indicate when he resigned from the position.

While responding to National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetang’ula about whether he has ever held any position in a political party, he said;

“The most recent one was the party leader of the ANC,” and retaliated when Wetang'ula inquired if he still holds the position, saying; “No, Mr Chairman.”

Speaking of his net worth, he says he believes he is worth Ksh4 billion.

"If I take my investment in shares in some companies and also properties that I own, I would put my net worth at about Ksh4 billion.


“This income emanates from dividends, rental income, interest and other expenses that come from the farm.”

Mudavadi was the first to face the panel.

Other appointees expected to be vetted today are former Speaker Justin Muturi (for Attorney General position), Garissa Township MP Aden Duale (for Defense), former Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua who was nominated as Foreign and Diaspora Affairs CS and Kandara MP Alice Muthoni for Water, Sanitation and Irrigation docket.

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