According to the Governor, it was important for the case to be heard and determined in a short period of time in order to have equality between the rich and the poor.
Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi has been accused of corruption with his case set to be conducted in a quick manner, unlike previous corruption cases in the country.
However, the Governor hinted during the interview, that there was more to the Oscar Sudi case.
Despite alleging that he was not talking about the Oscar Sudi case, the Governor mentioned that some of the guys implicated in corruption cases, were doing it in order to please their bosses.
The Governor went on to allege that most of these events occurred due to illegal arrangements between politicians and their tribal Kingpins.
It is worth noting that Sudi and Deputy President William Ruto both come from the same region, with Ruto being highly regarded as the Kalenjin kingpin.
Hence, one can't help but wonder whether the Governor was aiming shots at the Deputy President.
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