Kalembe Ndile Attacks Raila Over Molasses Chaos [VIDEO]

  • Former Kibwezi MP, Kalembe Ndile. On April, 28, 2020, he urged the government to allow traditional healers to come up with remedies for Covid-19.
    Former Kibwezi MP, Kalembe Ndile. On April 28, 2020, he urged the government to allow traditional healers to come up with remedies for Covid-19.
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  • Former Kibwezi Member of Parliament Kalembe Ndile has attacked former Prime Minister Raila Odinga claiming he embezzled funds the molasses plant in Kisumu while moving his voice.

    Kalembe, in a video that surfaced online on Saturday, May 2, went on a rant, mentioning Raila, speaking on the war between beer brewing industries and Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko's fight to keep his powers.

    The former MP launched an attack on Raila accusing him of squandering funds of the molasses plant.

    Orange Democratic Movement leader Raila Odinga addresses participants during the Turkana Tourism and Cultural Festivals at Ekalees Centre in Turkana County on August 16, 2019.
    Orange Democratic Movement leader Raila Odinga addresses participants during the Turkana Tourism and Cultural Festivals at Ekalees Centre in Turkana County on August 16, 2019.
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    "Raila embezzled the molasses plant and his family, he 'ate' molasses that up till today Raila never speaks loudly.
    He now speaks like a cow because molasses is used to feed cows.

    "There's nothing they can tell us, all of them are sitting on corruption money. I'm the son of a squatter, if I wasn't elected into Parliament and bought land, I would have died as a squatter's son.

    "The rich must be told that this Kenya must be divided. We won't allow that people forever live in poverty and others live a good with their businesses," stated Ndile.

    The molasses plant in Kisumu which has been in and out of bruising scandals was sold off by Raila in June 2019 to an Asian company.

    Kalembe also weighed in on the beer brewing industries wars, "This government must respect everybody, even this war on Keroche. It is because, bosses have bought huge shares on Breweries. They have to kill Keroche so that they have a monopoly, we know that."

    Kalembe talked of Sonko handing powers to the Nairobi Metropolitan Services and Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) Managing Director Daniel Manduku's case.

    "Those who are disturbing Sonko through the president because he is betraying him. He is being implicated, this is being used and it's good you saw the other day DCI and DPP are fighting.

    "The other day they didn't prosecute the Ports MD, he was brought to court and the files corrupted because this person is working with them and they said this case would expose people if it's continued," noted Kalembe.

    The former MP also raised questioned about Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru never being taken to court about National Youth Service funds.