Kapsaret MP Hon Oscar Sudi have emerge with a strong message directed at Interior Cabinet Secretary Dr Fred Matiang'i and his principal assistant Karanja Kibicho. The allies of the DP have been attacking the CS ever since the role that were to be performed by the second in command were transferred to him.
While taking to his account, the flamboyant legislator informed the CS to be humble and even went ahead and told him that power is temporary. He also shared photos of the late former President Daniel Moi together with George Saitoti and other senior government officials who are all deceased.
His statement comes few days after about 90 Members of Parliament allied to Tanga tanga signed a petition for the removal of the powerful minister. The bill was sponsored by Nyali MP Mohammed Ali. It still remains unclear if the bill will see the light of the day.
His attacks to Matiang'i can be interpreted as an indirect attack to President Kenyatta because since he was the one who delegated the authority to Dr Matiang'i. The CS have not yet issued a response at the time the information was shared.
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