Controversial Mount Kenya Billionaire Harun Mwau  and Humphrey Kariuki are  Linked To A Divisive Sh17 Billion Oil Scandal. 

Harun Mwau and Humphrey Kariuki

UDA politician Don Bosco Gichana, a former candidate for the Kitutu Masaba North MP seat is a friend to President William Ruto. 

Don Bosco Gichana, a controversial politician connected to the United Democratic Alliance (UDA), has sparked debate by linking two multibillionaire businessmen to the alleged Sh17 billion oil scandal.

A little-known self-described businesswoman named Ann Njeri is the claimant to the multibillion dollar oil shipment that has been the subject of controversy.

Gichana claimed in a tweet on Wednesday that the scandal that has been in the news since last week was the work of businessman Humphrey Kariuki and former Kilome MP Harun Mwau.

"HUMPHREY KARIUKI = 17B FUEL IMPORTED. Should Ann Njeri have any connection to Harun Mwau? I can without blink of an eye say the person behind the fuel and does fuel business is Dalbit Petroleum belonging to HUMPHREY KARIUKI, who is connected to Harun Mwau dealt in illicit substances as well," Gichana claimed without providing any supporting documentation.

Harun Mwau and Humphrey Kariuki

Barely a day had passed when UDA Secretary General Cleophas Malala had drawn former President Uhuru Kenyatta and Azimio leader Raila Odinga into the controversy by claiming they had a stake in the shipment.

Speaking to the media on Tuesday, Malala hinted that during the "handshake" period, money from public coffers may have been stolen in order to pay for the oil consignment.

He declared, "We need to break the monopoly, and as a result, Uhuru and Raila need to express their interest in the fuel debate. Kenya's fuel sector cannot be controlled by two families."

President William Ruto with Don Bosco

Raila and Senator Okiya Omtata of Busia had earlier expressed suspicions that the scandal was being orchestrated by Davis Chirchir, the cabinet secretary for Energy and Petroleum, and Njuguna Ndung'u, the cabinet secretary for Treasury.

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