Kapseret Member of Parliament has now trolled a number of his colleagues who shed tears in the National Assembly explaining the sad situations brought about by corona virus pandemic.
Seme lawmaker Dr James Nyikal while speaking during committee session broke out into uncontrollable tears as he urged the government to take action in the health sector among its citizens.
"I wish we were having this meeting in State House with the President chairing then all those who he listens to can make their contribution.Those are the people who we want to listen to this. I don't like this. It is not fair," stated Nyikal amid sobs.
MPs Sarah Paulata Korere (Laikipia North) and Joyce Akai Emanikor (Turkana Woman Rep) were also overwhelmed as they use their handkerchiefs to wipe tears.
However, the vocal TangaTanga legislator has now launched a scathing attack at the lawmakers.
According to Sudi,Dr Nyikal was pretending and instead he challenge the trio to ask for the referendum money to be directed to fight against the novel corona virus.
''Stop crocodile tears Dr Nyikal. If you are serious about the suffering of Kenyans ask for the Sh14 billion set aside for BBI to be given to fight Corona. It will help doctors,''said Sudi.
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