Section of residents in Uasin-Gishu County have dismissed allegations that Oscar Sudi communication staff was abducted.
The controversial blogger further alleged that he was abucted and dumped at Munyaka forest but residents dismissed the allegations claiming that it seems the scenario is a stage managed.
In the pictures trending online the youthful Sosten is seen with boxer,white t-shirt clinching his jacket.
according to some kemyans who shared their sentiments scrutinised Sosten pictures stated that if he was abducted as he alleged he wouldn't having his phone
Kipchumba who reported the incident at Naiberi police station while wrapped in maasai Zuka.
Many residents castigated Sosten claiming in Eldoret there's no Munyaka forest.
However it's not yet known what was the motives of his alleged kidnappers as police are yet to give out the statement.
The incident which happened at wee hours of Saturday night has spark alot of reactions from kenyans .
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