Oscar Sudi has mocked top politicians who are now embroiled in academic qualification controversies. Some top politicians who have had their academic qualifications questioned include: Senator Johnson Sakaja, Wavinya Ndeti and Cleophas Malala. Malala has already been cleared to vie while Ndeti and Sakaja are not out of the woods yet.
Sudi said that God has been good as now many names are being questioned. He said that in the past he was the only person being questioned of his academic qualifications. According to Sudi, it was lonely and frustrating to be the only person with questionable academic paper. He was happy now that Kenyans can see he is not the only leader in that list.
Sudi was speaking that as he hosted Luhya community leaders at his home in Kapseret constituency. He urged Luhya community in the region to vote for him. Sudi's academic case is still in court but he has already been cleared by IEBC to defend his parliamentary seat.
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