The Kapseret Member of Parliament has asked Matiang'i to take the opportunity of his stay in Laikipia and divide the piece of land that Ruto gave to locals before he leaves. In his statement, he jokingly asked Matiang'i to also give him a 50 acres share.
Sudi said this time when Matiang'i has visited Laikipia county due to the attacks it will be better to divide the 15000 acre farm.
"Give the people five and a two acres to locals. Then give 50 acres to me," Sudi said in a video on Sunday September 12.
Sudi's sentiments come after Matiangi's report to parliament on September 1 in which he said the Deputy President owns a 15000 acre farm in Laikipia. Matiang'i had been summoned to parliament to explain the removal of GSU officers from Ruto Karen's residence.
In clarifying the security of the DP, he provided a list of DP assets and officers guarding those assets. It was there that the 15000-acre Mutara farm was listed but the DP had denied having such property.
He said if there is such a farm under his name then the government should allocate it to the residents of the area to benefit from it. He said Matiang'i and police chief Hillary Mutyambai said he owned a farm in Laikipia County which was not true.
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