How Raila’s Alleged Ksh 50 Million Token From Dubai Gold Scammers Stalled Prosecution

A month ago, Bungoma Senator Moses Wetang’ula made headlines after falling out with the United Arab Emirates royal family over a Sh400 million gold scandal involving cartels which saw him being investigated.

However, everything now seems to have gone to a stall.

Controversial blogger Robert Alai now claims the prosecution stopped because ODM leader Raila Odinga greatly benefitted from the said Sh400 fake gold scandal.

Allai claims says that Raila received Sh50 million from the scammers in Dubai, but decided to snitch them later after realizing that it was a scam.

Posting on his tweeter account Alai claims that Raila was well aware that the deal pitting local dealers and members of the Dubai royal family was fraudulent, only to raise the flag once his portion was given.

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He says that Raila himself was flown from Kisumu to Dubai on a chartered flight and he received the money from there only to change his tune on the deal later after noticing he was dubbed.

“Dubai Gold scam stalled because Raila received Ksh 50 million from the scammers. He was flown from Kisumu on a chartered flight and he received the money personally in Dubai. He realised later that it was a scam and decided to snitch after getting the money”.

Speaking on the first time on his involvement in the gold scandal, Raila claimed that his role in the scandal was being whistleblower.

According to Raila, he travelled to United Arab Emirates (UAE) to meet the Royal family only for him to confront dubious businessmen from Kenya trying to con the Arab crown.

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