Kapseret constituency member of parliament Hon. Oscar Kipchumba Sudi, has sent a warning to COTU Secretary-general Francis Atwoli, Jubilee party Secretary-general Raphael Tuju, Jubilee vice chairman David Murathe, and their allies that they should get prepared to go home since their boardroom plans will not succeed.
Sudi has warned that the government which is coming will not tolerate boardroom affairs since Kenyans have suffered for a very long time and they long for better leadership.
He further asked the three to ensure that they have enough for their retirement. He challenged Murathe and Atwoli to raise funds for Tuju whom he alleged has got alot of debts.
On the issue of why Ruto's government will punish them, Sudi stated that, the next government will be led by those who fear God and instead of punishing them over their past mistakes, they will be protected.
He was responding to Atwoli's remarks that should the building bridges Initiative fail to succeed they will extend 2022 general elections. Video: https://www.facebook.com/2023180841095916/posts/4131844986896147/
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