Madu sidelined, Savage Acting AG after CBC report



After a bombshell news report from CBC, Alberta Premier Jason Kenney has announced that he has appointed a independent investigator to review the incident involving Minister Kaycee Mady.


According to the CBC, Minister Kacee Madu received a distracted driving ticket in early 2021, which he then proceeded to call the Edmonton Police Chief after receiving the ticket.


Kenney said that he spoke with the Minister after the news came out, "I conveyed to him my profound disappointment in his decision to contact the Edmonton Police Chief after receiving a ticket for a traffic violation."


Kenney stated that Minister Madu told him that he did not ask to have the ticket rescinded.


The CBC report also stated that Chief McFee the Edmonton Police Chief is on the record as saying that Minister Madu also didn't ask for the ticket to be rescinded.


Kenney will appoint a independent investigator to over look the file. " I will appoint a respected independent investigator to review the relevant facts and to determine whether there was interference in the administration of justice in this case."


In the interim period Energy Minister Sonya Savage will act as Minister of Justice and Solicitor General