Is he hiding something? Shock as Mohammed Ali opposes president Uhuru’s directive on lifestyle audit

Nyali MP Mohammed Ali has been on the forefront in the fight against graft. But shockingly Moha doesn’t want leaders to be forced to explain their source of wealth as directed by president Uhuru Kenyatta.

Moha recently clashed with Kirinyaga governor Anne Waiguru after he released fresh list of 10 people and 40 companies linked to the NYS loot.

Also read: Anne Waiguru hits back at Mohammed Ali after he drops his dossier

Lifestyle audit not a good idea

Anyone would expect Moha to support lifestyle audit since he desperately wants to see the big fish in NYS scandal put behind bars. But surprisingly Mohammed Ali doesn’t want leaders to explain their source of wealth.

Speaking on JKL Live on Citizen TV on Wednesday night June 20th, Moha argued that lifestyle audit will cause chaos in Kenya since everyone is not clean.

“When you investigate someone you don’t tell him. Do you remember when you bought your suit? Do you have the receipts? Some politicians are businessmen. “Lifestyle audit is a good idea, I agree with the president but it won’t work. It will cause chaos in this country. Honestly 99% of the entire people in the system have issues. We will be divided along tribal lines,” said Mohammed Ali.


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