When audio recording between Ford Kenya party leader Moses Wetangula and Dubai gold investor, believed to be Ali Zandi, was leaked, names of President Uhuru and Nasa leader Raila Odinga were mentioned in the conversation between the two.
This has sparked outrage among politicians with some vindicating Nasa leader of being among the key mastermind of the saga.
Homa Bay Count Women Representative Gladys Wanga has, however, dismissed reports fueled Deputy President William Ruto and his allies during a function in Trans Nzoia County.
Speaking to KTN NEWS while in Kisumu, Wanga dismissed those allegations spearheaded by the “tanga tanga” wing of jubilee party, saying four Rift Valley MPs were unsuccessfully behind the fixing of the names of President Uhuru, Raila Odinga and CS Fred Matiangi in the saga.
“Tunajua wabunge wanne wa Rift Valley: Oscar Sudi, Nelson Koech Caleb Kositany na Governor Sang walitumwa kwa Zaheer ahakikishe kuwa alete jina ya Rais, jina ya Raila Odinga na jina ya matiangi katika ile sakata ya dhabu lakini akakataa. Igagonga mwamba (we know four Rift Valley MPs: Oscar Sudi, Nelson Koech, Caleb Kositany and Governor Sang were sent to Zaheer to make sure that the names of the president, CS Matiangi and Raila Odinga were invoked into the saga. But Zaheer refused and their mission backfired)," Wanga told KTN NEWS.
Wanga alleged that the implications labelled towards Raila Odinga was a way of shifting the attention of the country towards the fight against graft saying their mission was not going to succeed.
She, however, urged politicians to shun political sideshows owing to the fact that the Directorate of Criminal Investigation and the Directorate of Public Prosecution has seized on the matter hence the need to be given space to conclude the ongoing investigations.