Former United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) Secretary General, Mukhisa Kituyi, who has largely avoided talking about the scandal that appeared to implicate him in a widely circulated sexually explicit video has finally spoken on the issue, albeit begrudgingly, and in a quick fleeting second.
A while back, the former Kimilili member of parliament was claimed to have appeared in a sexual video that was alleged to have involved him. Worth noting is that the authenticity (or inauthenticity for that matter) of the aforementioned video has yet to be ascertained, and thus remains an unverified incident.
However, in an interview aired on ntv, the former Ford Kenya party member touched on the issue. This was during the program Kigoda Chako, hosted by Swaleh Salim, during the station’s 7PM news.
Nearing the end of the interview which touched on the economic plan he has for the country with regards to the other models that have been proposed, Salim asked him whether he had anything to say about the infamous video.
As expected, Mukhisa flatly refused, saying he wished not to speak about it. A shrewd Salim pushed, and a clearly irked Mukhisa let it out that his politics involves his using of the faculties from the shoulders upwards and not downwards.
An excited Salim attempted to fish further, asking him if was to be taken to mean that he felt the video was the work of his political detractors, to which he once again shut down, quickly reverting to his earlier position of silent-mode.
Dr. Mukhisa Kituyi (born 1956) is a Kenyan politician who served as Secretary-General of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, UNCTAD from September 2013-February 2021 when he stepped down for his presidential ambitions, Immediately prior, Kituyi was Chief Executive of the Kenya Institute of Governance, based in Nairobi. He served as Kenya’s Minister of Trade and Industry from 2002 to 2007. He is currently an aspirant for the Kenyan presidency in 2022.
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