Amani National Congress (ANC) leader Musalia Mudavadi has revisited his woes during his tenure as a government minister of local government when he was linked to the multimillion cemetery Saga.
Speaking during an interview on Citizen TV, Mudavadi said that the matter was handled in a lawful manner after he was taken to court.
He also insisted that the issue is no longer necessary to talk about because it is a closed chapter at the moment
“I responded in parliament very clearly. I was investigated and they investigated and my friend that matter was dealt through the High Court. I went through hell for that time and I can tell you know that matter is out of the away, I was prosecuted in court and it was dealt with," he said in part.
The politician, who has hinted at contesting for the nation’s top seat also said that the application of double standards has hindered the war against graft in the country.
“We are lowering the standards of integrity in this country. The logical thing to do if you are in office and there are so many queries around you is to step aside, “he added.
He asked all leaders facing scandals to step aside to pave way for investigations.