The burial of the celebrated athlete Agnes Tirop was attended by politicians from across the political divide. Politicians present asked the government to protect the athletes because they are the ones who fly the national flag. At the same time, the Kapseret member of parliament honorable Oscar Sudi blasted the government for not doing enough for the slain athlete and her family.
He talked of Raila Odinga sending a piece of paper to be read and nothing tangible to help the family. The seemingly angry Sudi told the CAS for sports Tarus to respect the Deputy President and desist from calling him a thief. Tarus is a known supporter of the opposition chief Raila Odinga and KANU chairman Gideon Moi.
Sudi told Ruto's competitors that the Kalenjin Nation was behind the Deputy President in his bid to succeed his boss President Uhuru Kenyatta. Baringo Senator Gideon Moi has already said that he will contest for Presidency and even his One Kenya Alliance (OKA) Principals have also expressed intentions to run for presidency.
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