Kapseret Member of Parliament Oscar Sudi on Friday 11 September 2020 brought Eldoret town to a standstill as he kept his promise to lead a demonstration, continuing his fight with President Uhuru Kenyatta whom he claims has sidelined Deputy President William Ruto.
The sharp-tongued legislator was accompanied by thousands of youths and boda boda riders in singing in William Ruto’s name.
In his speech, the MP made it clear that he wanted to show those who were holding demonstrations against the DP that his followers could hold bigger ones in his support.
He went on to stress out that DP William Ruto should also be respected such as President Uhuru Kenyatta as he also picked a fight with Jubilee Party Vice Chairman David Murathe.
“We do not have many very important things to discuss but we just wanted to show those who held demonstrations against Ruto that we can also hold a bigger one.”
“Demonstrations will not solve the challenges facing this country. On that discussion that we have been having, we have closed that talk after the President spoke. But we want our Deputy President to be respected. It cannot be that when Murathe speaks, nothing is done to him,” he said.
Sudi went on to address the remarks he made on the former First Lady Mama Ngina and President Uhuru saying that the discussion had ended after the Head of State spoke.
“That discussion that brought a lot of heat has ended because the President spoke. I have also talked to Ng’eno and he agreed we are draw so we will not continue. But the Deputy President must be respected and we must all be treated equally as Kenyans,” he added.
Sudi and Emarua Dikirr MP Johanna Ng’eno have been the talk of the town after they attacked Uhuru’s family while dragging Mama Ngina name in their fight.
Ng’eno was arrested and charged with hate speech but was later released on Ksh. 1 million bail after denying the charges.
Uhuru responded to the two MPs stating that those people insulting his mother, should insult their mothers instead