Kenyans were left talking today after Kapseret Member of Parliament Oscar Kipchumba Sudi photos dressed in school uniform went viral online. The parliamentarian is among the top allies of the Deputy President William Samoei Ruto. He is set to vie for Kapseret constituency seat via UDA ticket.
Sudi had visited Songoliet Secondary school in school uniform. He was embraced by students who rejoiced after delivering a school bus to the school. Taking to his Twitter account, Sudi shared some of the photos while in the school's Thanksgiving ceremony graced by parents,teachers and students.
Sudi emphasised on the need to support education provision in the country. He quoted Mandela's saying that Education is the only weapon that can be used to change the world.
MPs play an important role in provision of constituency development fund which supports children learning in both secondary and tertiary levels. Here is the link read more on Sudi's post. https://twitter.com/HonOscarSudi/status/1541793673914064898?t=yBy7wDxp0KaoaiZR1kkxzA&s=19
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