All conversations are going political as we are approaching the General elections. Having been silent for some time, Oscar Sudi has broken his silence over the latest allegations by Azimio that Moses Wetangula will help Kenya Kwanza steal elections. Oscar says Wetangula is too junior to interfere with the general elections.
"You were saying that William Ruto is not heading anywhere and I am now hearing that you have stooped low. You are now accusing Wetangula of interfering with the printing of ballot papers. How can he do that yet you have the powers and support of the government?" Sudi cited speaking in Kiswahili. Further, he mentions that Raila is self-centred as he was after his own gains during the handshake and failed to talk on behalf of his people. "Many people's children died in Nyanza and when Raila did the handshake, he advocated for his own selfish needs. I thought he would talk about those who died when boycotting in Nyanza but he kept quiet."Oscar alleged
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