SIKO PEKE YANGU HATA HUYU MUDAVADI ALIKULA ANGLO LEASING FUNDS…Chris Obure opens up

The testimony further detailed how Mudavadi sought Obure’s permission to use in direct procurement from a firm based in the United States of America. They wanted to upgrade more than 900 post offices in Kenya.

While appearing in court, Chris Obure the Transport Chief Administrator confessed that ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi was involved in one of the multi-billion Anglo-Leasing projects through procurement of equipment for the Postal Corporation of Kenya (PCK).

Obure testified to senior principal magistrate Anne Mwangi that Mudavadi wrote a letter dated 9th May 2002 to him seeking direct procurement of some of the equipment that were needed at that time during which Mudavadi was the Vice President and Minister of Transport and Communication in President Daniel Arap Moi’s administration

“Mudavadi informed me in the letter that it was the government’s intention to develop and upgrade the Postal Corporation of Kenya (PCK),” Obure told the court.

The content of the letter reportedly informed Obure that Mudavadi wanted to upgrade the postal services easing payments of teachers among other staff.

Among the equipment that were to be acquired included hardware, computer servers, software licenses, and other communication services.

The testimony further detailed how Mudavadi sought Obure’s permission to use in direct procurement from a firm based in the United States of America. They wanted to upgrade more than 900 post offices in Kenya.

“The new technology once put in place would ease the transfer of payment for teachers and other government entities,” he stated.

Obure insisted he was not involved at all in the scandal. He blamed Mudavadi for all the mess and the scandal too.

Joan Oticha

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