Political tension has really built up in the country as fresh details emerge on daily basis. This happens as politicians continue utilizing every single moment left to save themselves ahead of 2022. Burial places and other functions have become the best grounds for running campaigns. This is exactly what Oscar Sudi is doing by splashing a lot of cash in events to please people.
Today, we had Oscar Sudi surprise the family of Wesley Kogo who was being laid to rest. Oscar Sudi left many people salivating after he took a bundle of Ksh500,00 and gave it to the family. It is very obvious that everyone would wish that this was him. As a way of appreciation, the people cheered and applauded him for the kindness.
Source Link: https://youtu.be/1Qm6M1yq67A
It was really a bad day turned good to the family of Wesley who landed their fate as Oscar Sudi rubbed their tears in style. The burial was dominated by UDA politicians since he was their colleague.
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