By VITALIS KIMUTAI
This follows his involvement in the alleged irregular withdrawal of Sh6.5 million from the party’s bank accounts.
The party officially launched a complaint at the weekend during CMD’s annual general meeting at a Nairobi hotel and questioned the integrity of Muturi, a former Kanu national organising secretary.
“It follows another matter that saw the withdrawal of Sh8 million from the party accounts last year without proper procedure,” said Salat.
Mr Salat said the matter was reported to various government agencies, but no action was taken.
He also claimed that Muturi and other officials who quit the party with Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta for The National Alliance party had not handed over their former offices and important documents in their possession.
“As a result, the party property records are unknown and we fear that some of it has been disposed of without the knowledge of party officials,” said Salat.
Dr Abdi Ali, a former Kanu national treasurer and Muturi signed the cheque that authorised the transfer of the money to another bank nine days after a Special National Delegates Conference sanctioned their replacement.
Muturi has said he authorised the money to be transferred to a bank account operated by a law firm. “The law firm had represented the party in a case and they were threatening to bar Kanu from getting a full compliance certificate from the Registrar of Political Parties,” Muturi claimed in his defence.
But Salat claims there were no records whatsoever showing the case in which the law firm had acted for the party or when it was instructed.