Hon Stephen Tarus, who is the former assistant minister, and also arguably Raila Odinga's Pointman from Rift Valley region ignited a hot debate online when he posted this about Kapseret MP, Oscar Kipchumba Sudi, and Kalenjin votes.(Courtesy photo)
"Together with other leaders of Kalenjin, we will make sure that Baba gets 35% votes casted in Kalenjin counties, and i will still forgive my brother Hon Oscar Sudi for the misfortune he did to me over the weekend," he posted on his Facebook page.
It's remembered that Hon Oscar Kipchumba Sudi blasted him during the send-off ceremony of the slain Athlete Agnes Tirop in Mosoriot area, Nandi county for allegedly disrespecting the DP Ruto. He went ahead and accused him for auctioning the Rift Valley votes to ODM for selfish interest.His post attracted several comments from Kenyans, majority of them agreed with him that every Kenyan has￼ a democratic right to support whoever he or she wants. These are some of their reactions:Kindly enjoy reading, comments and don't forget to share widely
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