Controversial Kapseret member of parliament Oscar Sudi has today left his constituents in stitches after he alluded his tribulations to Nairobi senator Johnson Sakaja's who has been in the limelight over his controversial academic credentials.
Sudi stated that he has been frustrated by government for long with unending court cases while the same authorities remain silent about other people with questionable academic papers.
According to Sudi, the rate at which people are busted with questionable papers has even made it difficult to determine which is authentic and which is not.
Sudi however defended himself arguing that the impact he has made to the community cannot even be matched with what professors have done.
Weeks ago, the Kapseret legislator had accused President Uhuru Kenyatta of being liable for Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja’s degree troubles.
“President Kenyatta is pushing Sakaja Johnson to the wall. He personally made a call to Uganda, which I will soon disclose,” Sudi alledged.
As Sakaja fights for his survival, Sudi too has an ongoing case which by all reasons has overstayed.
In his case, Sudi is being represented by presidential candidate George Wajackoyah, the lead counsel, together with Thomas Ruto. His matter failed to be listened recently after Wajackoya told the court that Sudi was not in the country as he had flown to Turkey for treatment.
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