Controversial Kapsaret Mp Oscar Sudi has shot back to the public limelight with a strong declaration against powerful Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i.
Sudi has blamed the CS for being responsible for police actions that were witnessed in Bonchari, Juja and Rurii on Tuesday. The lawmaker has congratulated citizens for rebelling against attempts to subvert the will of the electorate.
"The other day he (Fred Matiang'i) sent police officers to Bonchari, Juja and Rurii but citizens rebelled. We will impeach him in two weeks and send him home." a furious Sudi threatened.
Police officers have been receiving condemnation from a section of Leaders, who accuse them of being used by unnamed government officials to harass and intimidate political opponents.
On Wednesday morning, ODM leader Raila Odinga cautioned police officers against being used by people intending to conduct "short legged" political experiments.
Odinga was lamenting about the incident in Bonchari constituency where the ODM team was harassed by the men in uniform.
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