KENYA. Eldoret. Kapsaret member of parliament (MP) Oscar Sudi led a peaceful demonstration on Friday in Eldoret, urging Kenyans to remain calm and maintain peace.
Sudi called for a demonstration one day after president Uhuru Kenyatta condemned Sudi for speaking against Kenyatta’s mother.
The MP was lamenting mistreated by the government, especially those supporting Deputy President Dr. William Ruto following the arrest of Emurua Dikir and MP Johana Ng’eno for speaking against the president and his family.
Kenyatta’s allies have asked Sudi to apologise, but he has stood firm saying he will not ask for forgiveness because he has not wronged anyone. While addressing his supporters in Eldoret, Sudi said his opponents are attacking him to distract people from the billions in COVID-19 relief that was allegedly stolen by the government. He assured his supporters that he is going to name those who stole money meant to aid patients.
He urged the government to respect Deputy President William Ruto and his supporters.