I have no apologies for shooting down the sugar report - MBADI denies being bribed with Sh10,000 by UHURU’s people

Tuesday August 14, 2018 - National Assembly Minority Leader, John Mbadi, has denied claims that he was among the MPs who were bribed with sh10, 000 to shoot down a sugar report on the contraband sugar. 

Speaking yesterday, Mbadi distanced himself from bribery claims that rocked Parliament over the illegal sugar report that had implicated among others Treasury Cabinet Secretary, Henry Rotich, East African CS, Adan Mohammed, and former Agriculture CS, Willy Bett.

He swore that he never received the purported sh10, 000 to shoot down the report and save the likes of Rotich and Adan even as his Suna West counterpart, Peter Masara, called on the Director of Public Prosecutions to investigate all MPs over the issue.

“I do not know if there is anybody who was bribed because if there was any, I was not the one.”

“Nobody should involve me in witch-hunting,” said Mbadi.

Mbadi noted that he shot down the report because it was shallow and it failed to include findings on the level of contamination in the sugar and people who imported it into the country.

“We expected to know whether the sugar contained mercury or not.”

“If yes, the report should have told us who imported the sugar,” he added.


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