Musalia Mudavadi has revealed that President Uhuru Kenyatta is yet to fulfill a pledge he made at his mother’s funeral in 2021.
The Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader was speaking in a radio interview on Tuesday, March 5.
He stated that contractors were yet to start working on a road that was to be built in honour of the late Hannah Mudavadi.
Musalia Mudavadi made the revelation after a listener sought to know the progress of the 18-kilometer road.
“All we are doing is to wait for the contractor to come on the ground and then say he has fulfilled his pledge,” he told KBC radio.
On January 9, 2021, at Mama Hannah Mudavadi’s funeral, Uhuru announced that the government will build an 18-kilometer road to Mudavadi’s parents’ home.
At the time, Uhuru stated unequivocally that building would begin in April 2021.
“We have agreed that in honour of the departed, we shall work on the road we used coming here starting from Mango which is 18 kilometers. Before the end of three months, the work on that road will have begun,” the Head of State announced.
However, after joining Deputy President William Ruto, Mudavadi has been among the vocal leaders that have called out Uhuru Kenyatta’s administration.