He is covering his behind, when it was said that drug traffickers were keen on disrupting the elections or their outcome, that was a hint of the underlying currents involved in his new found political activism. It is common knowledge that he is a former police officer with connections in security and intelligence and that as a result he must have caught wind of something. Recent events:
Flashback to February and its noted that in the Ranneberger dossier, report, that Mwau had links to the Akashas:
Sources told The Standard on Sunday that having wrapped up their investigations into the Akashas, the Drug Enforcement Authority was re-examining the reports on which the then US ambassador, Mr Michael Ranneberger, based his 2010 communication to the Kenya Government.
The Akashas and their comrades have been in custody now for almost 11 months. The arrest of yet another comrade in London, implies that they are talking. Mwau must be feeling the heat getting closer and closer. What does the DEA have to say about Mwau?
Szubin also disclosed that several U.S. government agencies, which have been monitoring Mwau for years, had built substantial evidence against him, thanks to information obtained through intelligence files, law enforcement agencies and the nation's Drug Enforcement Agency. The evidence, he said, proved beyond a reasonable doubt that Mwau is heavily involved in drug trafficking. http://www.forbes.com/sites/mfonobo...eted-kenyan-drug-lord-over-80-million-cocaine
From the Akasha indictment, one can see that the investigations go as far back as 1993, what are the odds that Mwau has not been ensnared and his only way out would be to become a political stumbling block by whatever means necessary to avoid extradition including possible economic sabotage (Nakumatt)?
Previously Obama's executive order designated him as a drug kingpin, Trump's executive order makes it a priority to extradite drug traffickers to the US for prosecution, something that he should be very worried about considering this:
These groups are drivers of crime, corruption, violence, and misery. In particular, the trafficking by cartels of controlled substances has triggered a resurgence in deadly drug abuse and a corresponding rise in violent crime related to drugs.
Sec. 2. Policy. It shall be the policy of the executive branch to:
(b) ensure that Federal law enforcement agencies give a high priority and devote sufficient resources to efforts to identify, interdict, disrupt, and dismantle transnational criminal organizations and subsidiary organizations, including through the investigation, apprehension, and prosecution of members of such organizations, the extradition of members of such organizations to face justice in the United States and, where appropriate and to the extent permitted by law, the swift removal from the United States of foreign nationals who are members of such organization
(d) enhance cooperation with foreign counterparts against transnational criminal organizations and subsidiary organizations, including, where appropriate and permitted by law, through sharing of intelligence and law enforcement information and through increased security sector assistance to foreign partners by the Attorney General and the Secretary of Homeland Security;