Member of Parliament of Kapseret Constituency, Hon. Oscar Sudi ( pictured below) has been in hiding and his whereabouts have been unmapped after the police on Friday night raided him home in an attempt to arrest him over incitement.
However, reports say that the police failed to arrest him as protests from his people sparkled an outburst.
It has been confirmed where he is. However, specific locality has not been given.
Elgeyo Marakwet Senator, Hon. Kipchumba Murkomen has revealed that Sudi is safe and sound and he is almost arriving in Nairobi. He said this yesterday at around 9 pm. This means that Hon. Sudi is already in Nairobi.
Murkomen confirmed that they are going to prepare him today and present him on Monday before the National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC). He acknowledged and thanked those who supported the lawmaker during his hard times.
"Hon. Oscar Sudi is safe. He is almost arriving at Nairobi. We shall prepare him tomorrow and present before NCIC on Monday. Thank you all for your support,'' Murkomen wrote.
Sudi has been on the hunt for uttering hate speech against Mama Ngina. He said that he will never apologize over what he said.
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