"Mimi William Ruto Hawezi Niletea," Oscar Sudi Says
By ObserverNews | self meida writer
Published 9 days ago - 15903 views
Vocal Kapsaret Mp Oscar Sudi was on Tuesday in Matungu Constituency to drum up support for UDA candidate Alex Lanya in the upcoming By-Election. Oscar was joined by Bonny Khalalwe and Alex Lanya.
Sudi took the opportunity to campaign for William Ruto's presidency saying the Dp is the one who will transform lives of all Kenyans with his genius agenda. Oscar Sudi cautioned locals from supporting politicians because they come from the same region.
"Mimi ata William Ruto hawezi niletea, kama anasema mambo ambayo Sudi sikubaliani nayo huwa nakataa, Sisi huko kwetu kalenjin hatufuati Ruto kwa sababu yeye ni Kalenjin mwenzetu." (I, even Ruto can't make me bow, If he says things I don't agree with I always refuse,Where I come from we don't support Ruto because he is one of our own)
The Kapsaret lawmaker told UDA party aspirant to give locals bursaries without discrimination if elected in the upcoming By-Election. Sudi noted that if Lanya humbles himself before the voters he will be reelected again.
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