During his first public appearance after three months of silence, Kapseret Member of parliament Hon Oscar Sudi left many kenyans with different reactions after giving his remarks concerning reports on a popular Kalenjin Radio station, Kuon Maliet that president Hon William Ruto’s allies had ditched him.
Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi assured his supporters that all is well and he would soon make a comeback after. Oscar Sudi said, "I had said I'm taking a hiatus until February 2023, but hustlers are asking where I went.”
Political analyst Mr. Gabriel Oguda has reacted into the matter saying that the Highway Secondary School alumnus claimed to be taking a short strategic break from the public portal until 2023.
Gabriel Oguda tweeted, “Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi has clarified that he hasn't been banished from President Ruto's inner circle contrary to reports from Radio Kuon Maliet. The Highway Secondary School alumnus says he's been taking a strategic break from the public until February 2023.”
Oscar Sudi’s remarks generated mixed reactions among many Kenyans. The following below are some of responses evoked from citizens.
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