Deputy president William Ruto's personal secretary has urged kenyans not to give up in life giving an example with kapseret member of parliament Oscar Sudi who started his life as Matatu tout. Farouk Kibet gives reasons why he uses Oscar as an example.
Oscar Sudi started his hustle as a tout who worked tirelessly to earn living. This teaches us that we should never despise a humble beginning.
Oscar Sudi is currently serving as kapseret member of parliament for the first term.
"Don't ever loose hope in your life. Your current situation will never determine your future. Look at my friend Hon Oscar Sudi, he was a broke makanga but he is an MP now. I have chosen him as an example because he never feel ashamed of his past hustles. I celebrate you today bro!", Farouk Kibet said.
Farouk Kibet says he uses Oscar as an example because he is never ashamed of his hustle.
Oscar Sudi appeared in the list of poorly performing MPs. In reaction Oscar said "actions speak louder than words". Does working as a tout tell us something about his academic qualifications and that which may trigger his silence? Your guess is as right as mine.
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