Fact-check Podcast: 10 claims Mudavadi made during national delegates conference

Politics | 3 months ago

By Africa Check in collaboration with the Standard On 23 January 2022, opposition politician Musalia Mudavadi accepted his party’s nomination for the Kenyan presidency. In this fact-check, we highlight 10 claims Mudavadi made in his speech regarding national debt, mobile borrowing, stalled projects, legacy as finance minister, and agriculture’s contribution to Gross Domestic Product (GDP). His spokesperson Kibisu Kabatesi told Africa Check that all the data Mudavadi quoted was from “the one credible source of government data, the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics”.