Oscar Sudi without wasting time, headed to Eldoret town, Silverline Hotel to declare his stand on the ruling. The vocal Ruto ally was accompanied by Gladys Boss Shollei and other leaders. According to Oscar Sudi this was a big win for all the Kenyan.
Oscar Sudi used the platform to call for peace in the coming elections. He assured residents from other tribes not to pack their belongings and head back to their homes, when elections come, for fear of clashes.
Sudi Also Lashed out at Murathe for reviving the Kiambaa incident. He wondered why he brought it up now and not in 2013. "Natak kumuambia Murathe usituletee changaa yako, usituletee Ulevi" Sudi angrily said.
He also rubbished claims that the elections will be rigged. Sudi said that he is not sleeping in Nairobi adding that he and other Kenya Kwanza leaders are watching closely to ensure elections are conducted fairly and Transparently.
Sudi also hit out at Uhuru Kenyatta. "Ukiona Uhuru na Ulevi yake anaeza tuibia Kura? Ukiona Raila na kulala kwake wanaeza tuibia kura?" Sudi Questioned.
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