Member of Parliament for Kapseret constituency Oscar Sudi has headed on what it seems could be his first clash with the President William Ruto as he reveals what he expected from the head of start.
Sudi has been Ruto's heavyweight during the last campaign and he was one of the loyalists who were vital on the his journey to presidency in August general elections.
And according to Tuko, Sudi has informed that he expected President Ruto to reward him with a CS position during the naming of the cabinet on September 27th. He has lamented that those people who work hard to be in the government are the ones who miss the goodies of the government.
Sudi has therefore urged the president to reward him on the work he did during last general elections by giving him a CS docket.
This comes at a time when the President nominated close allies who stood up with him on the last elections in his cabinet and ours is to wait and see what they will deliver to Kenyans after being proven by the Parliament.
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